PCSO’s Lotto Lifted From Suspension, Other Games Still Suspended
After a few days from getting suspended due to alleged corruption, the Office of the President has lifted the suspension on The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office’s (PCSO) Lotto games Tuesday night and will resume its lotto games on Wednesday.
As of Sunday, 23,654 outlets were closed nationwide. Of these, 7,768 are lotto outlets; 13,320 are small-town lottery kiosks; 2,194 are Peryahan ng Bayan outlets, and 472 are Keno shops.
In a statement, PCSO announced that the following games will resume:
- Lotto 6/42
- Mega Lotto 6/45
- Super Lotto 6/49
- Grand Lotto 6/55
- Ultra Lotto 6/58
- 6 Digit Game
- 4 Digit Game
- Suertres Lotto
- EZ2 Lotto
PCSO announced that they will run a draw that will cover tickets bought for the date when their operation got suspended (July 27 to 30). The draw schedule will be revealed in their upcoming announcements.
Despite the resumption of the PCSO’s lotto, the rest of their gaming franchises such as Small-Town Lottery, Keno and Peryahan ng Bayan will remain suspended.