Wednesday, July 11, 2012

There Are Now 2 Official PCSO Lotto Ticket Formats in Luzon. Huh?

The reason is simple:  There are now 2 types of Lotto terminals now operating in Luzon.  One, the original and more common one is the lotto ticket printed on the Flex Terminal owned by the Philippine Gaming and Management Corp or PGMC.  Now, there is another one which is from the Microlot Terminal owned by the Pacific Online Systems Corp which I believe is the same machine being used by the lotto outlets in the Visayas and Mindanao Areas.

Lotto ticket printed using the Microlot Terminal of the Pacific Online Systems Corp.

Lotto ticket printed using the Flex Terminal of the PGMC

Because they are printed on different machines, lotto ticket of one format may not be validated in the other terminal with a different format ie a Microlot Lotto ticket cannot be checked using the Flex terminal.

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