Is “online Sabong” or “e-Sabong” connected to PCSO?

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) has made it clear that the online Sabong or popularly known as the “e-sabong” is not in any way connected to the agency.

“E-Sabong” has been very popular lately due to the quarantine and lockdown classifications set by the government in battling the spread of the COVID-19 infections.

PCSO likewise reminded the public to be aware of the certain groups or individuals using the name of PCSO with e-sabong. Should they find anybody doing such, PCSO encouraged to report to the nearest police authorities to impose proper action.

What is e-sabong?

Just at the comfort of one’s home, electronic sabong (e-sabong) is an electronic placing of bets on live cockfighting. It is the fight of two (2) roosters in an arena.

Is e-sabong legal in the Philippines?

It can be legal if it has a license to operate and illegal if none.

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has its department specifically for e-sabong called E-Sabong Licensing Deparment or the ESLD.

They are the in charge of issuing the licenses for the conduct of e-sabong operations, development of the regulatory framework and processing of applications for the legalization of the online sabong.

For more information, you may also contact them at [email protected]

PCSO Lotto Jackpot Winners 2022

Here is the list of the PCSO lotto jackpot winners for the Year 2022. Congratulations everyone!

(Scroll right or left in the table to see the full details of winners.)

DateLotto DrawCombinationJackpot PrizeLocationNo. of Winners
July 9, 20226/4227-18-26-13-02-035,940,000.00Naic, Cavite1
July 9, 20226/5502-18-49-07-19-47401,186,804.80Iloilo City, Iloilo1
July 7, 20226/4209-10-42-08-13-4134,838,186.80(1) San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
(1) Tanay, Rizal
2
June 24, 20226/4528-10-16-03-25-138,910,000.00Quinapondan, Eastern Samar1
June 23, 20226/4936-07-14-21-20-4273,777,794.40(1) Tarlac City, Tarlac
(1) Iloilo City, Iloilo
2
June 18, 20226/4208-15-11-23-36-335,940,000.00Taal, Batangas1
June 17, 20226/4510-12-02-27-03-18103,269,281.60Malabon, Metro Manila1
June 16, 20226/4233-31-13-41-25-189,423,997.80Amadeo, Cavite1
June 9, 20226/4239-33-18-01-24-3612,998,501.00Las Piñas City, Metro Manila1
May 31, 20226/4225-20-29-07-21-0243,912,343.80(1) San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan; (1) Silang Cavite and (1) Sta. Rosa, Laguna3
May 24, 20226/5820-22-09-54-06-19100,064,568.00General Luna, Quezon1
May 10, 20226/4944-05-17-48-13-4371,360,581.00Pasay City, Metro Manila1

May 3, 2022
6/4207-22-19-20-40-1051,412,148.00San Quintin, Pangasinan1

April 25, 2022
6/4536-17-29-28-12-058,910,000.00San Pablo City, Laguna1

April 20, 2022
6/4542-05-10-30-27-1933,070,560.40Pasay City, Metro Manila1
March 28, 20226/4507-25-08-03-12-0542,282,132.80Tanza, Cavite1
March 26, 20226/4225-41-35-39-14-2631,209,194.00Antipolo City, Rizal1
March 20, 20226/5829-05-03-11-08-4279,699,584.80Manila, Metro Manila1
March 20, 20226/4909-04-06-17-12-0267,803,235.40Legazpi City, Albay1
March 14, 20226/5509-17-45-39-35-1598,551,582.00La Carlota City, Negros Occidental1
March 5, 20226/4218-34-33-39-11-3612,537,017.20Taytay, Rizal1
March 2, 20226/4502-30-45-42-27-178,910,000.00General Trias, Cavite1
February 25, 20226/4506-22-23-41-36-2110,304,636.60Naga City, Camarines Sur1
February 24, 20226/4212-29-15-03-06-2028,851,800.80Moalboal, Cebu1
February 18, 20226/4531-30-06-04-29-1662,756,225.80Baguio City, Benguet1
February 6, 20226/4936-29-35-16-03-1729,073,809.20Malanday, Marikina City1
February 5, 20226/4230-20-15-09-23-2249,813,434.40Bay, Laguna1
January 30, 20226/5822-02-14-30-10-3549,500,000.00Makati City, Metro Manila1
January 16, 20226/4902-05-04-31-01-46142,679,606.40Abuyog, Leyte1
January 15, 20226/5539-29-09-21-19-2065,991,571.00Tabaco City, Albay1
January 14, 20226/4524-31-20-17-13-1820,212,102.00Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija1
January 6, 20226/4223-01-09-24-12-0742,945,708.20(1) Guagua, Pampanga
(1) Maragundon, Cavite
(2) Makati City, Metro Manila
4

PCSO announcement(s) and notice(s)

Update January 2024: PCSO launched the E-Lotto. Bettors can now buy their lotto tickets online through a web-based app. Here’s how to use and buy in the E-Lotto app.

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