LIVE RESULT: PCSO Ultra Lotto 6/58 P1-billion jackpot (October 12, 2018)

MANILA, Philippines – More and more Filipinos are hoping to win the biggest pot money in the history of Philippine lotto.
Aspiring billionaires line up at a Lotto outlet
Aspiring billionaires line up at a Lotto outlet | Photo Credit: ABS-CBN News

The jackpot prize in the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Ultra Lotto 6/58 already reached P1.1 billion on Friday's draw (October 12).

Here's the winning combination28-14-54-50-17-27

Jackpot Prize: Php 1,112,647,388.00

Winner: 0 (None)

SEE ALSO: Still no winner as 6/58 lotto jackpot hits P1.1 billion

WATCH: PCSO Lotto Draws - October 12, 2018 9:00 PM (courtesy of

Below are the official draw results.

PCSO Lotto Results October 12, 2018.
PCSO Lotto Results October 12, 2018.

115 bettors almost won the jackpot prize after guessing 5 out of the 6 numbers.

In the Ultra Lotto, there are 40,475,350 possible combinations. To win, a bettor must select 6 numbers from 1 to 58 or play Lucky Pick (LP) for a randomly generated numbers. Ticket price is at P24.

If there's no winner of the draw, prize money is rolled over and the pool grows bigger.

According to PCSO website, bettors who get 5 of the 6 winning numbers may win up to Php280,000.00; 4 correct numbers may win up to Php3,800 and 3 of the 6 numbers is equivalent to Php20.

The Ultra Lotto 6/58 was last won on February 16 by two bettors, who shared a jackpot of P331.9 million.

Meanwhile, the last biggest win was P741 million in the Grand Lotto jackpot on November 29, 2010. A Filipino balikbayan from Olongapo City won that huge prize. His winning combination was 11-16-42-47-31-37.

The 6/58 Ultra Lotto game is drawn every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

PCSO Lotto is helping the nation

PCSO is the government agency directed to raise funds for health programs, medical assistance and services, and various charities. To carry out this mandate, PCSO holds charity sweepstakes, races, and lotteries and invests in other activities for continuing sources of funds.

When you buy a lotto ticket, you are not only funding your "dream" but also helping government programs. 15 percent goes to PCSO income, 55 percent to prizes and the balance 30 percent to charities.

— The Summit Express

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