6-DIGIT LOTTO RESULT June 20, 2019

See 6D Lotto Result Today | June 20th, 2019. Watch official PTV PCSO 6-Digit draw game will be played tonight at 9:00pm.

Consolation prizes for this game are P40,000 for 5 winning numbers, P4,000 for 4, P400 for 3 and P40 for 2, from the first or last exact order.

We make sure that all we published in Swertres Result is accurate. However, we still encourage our visitors to visit the official pcso.gov.ph and verify the game results daily.

Consolation prizes for this game are up to P70,000 for 5 winning numbers, up to P2,000 for 4 and P20 for 3.

6 DIGIT RESULT

9pm:  8-5-1-3-3-8

In exact order

All lotto prizes are tax-paid, according to the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office.

We make sure that all we published in Swertres Result Now is accurate. However, we still encourage our visitors to visit the official pcso.gov.ph and verify the game results daily.

Swertres Hearing is available on this website and also available to this website lotto results today. All the suggested tips of daily swertres hearing, pasakay guide analysis, computation and angel are totally free.

Disclaimer: However, This website cannot guarantee that you will win with our Swertres Hearing post. We post this as a guide or tip base on our own computation and analysis by sharing this to all the pinoy who wants to win the Swertres Lotto game.

How to Play 6 Digit Game

  • Select one (1) number from 0 to 9 on each of the 6 columns on any panel on 6 Digit play slip. You can also use the Lucky Pick (LP), if you do not have any numbers in mind.
  • Mark the desired play amount on the AMT column. You may play more than Php 10.00 per combination.

Example:

  • If you want to play Php150.00 on one combination, you may mark Php100.00 and Php50.00 in the AMT column.
  • Ticket cost may vary based on the play amount marked. Minimum play amount is Php10.00 per 6 Digit combination.
  • Remember: The amount you win depends on the number of bets played. Example: If you played Php150.00 and won the 1st Prize, you win 15 times of the 1st Prize dividend.

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