One lucky winner claimed the first prize of the digital lottery “E-Wallet” and scooped 36 million baht (US$1,000,000) from six tickets.
Following the announcement of the government Lottery results today, June 1, the winning ticket numbers for the first prize were 125272, while the three-digit suffix prize numbers were 971 and 386. The two-digit suffix prize numbers were 09.
According to the Government Lottery Office Facebook page, the winners of this round purchased their digital lottery tickets via the E-Wallet app. The total number of first prize winners amounted to 18 tickets, with a combined jackpot of 108 million baht (US$3,000,000).
Winners of the first prize from the purchase of digital lottery tickets via the E-Wallet app on June 1 are summarised as follows:
- Four individuals won one ticket each
- Four individuals won two tickets each
- One individual won six tickets
This demonstrates the increasing popularity and accessibility of e-convenience among Thai people and the growing success of digital platforms in various industries.
Two days ago, The Thaiger revealed the story of a lucky Thai man who scooped a 114 million baht jackpot after buying 19 digital lottery tickets, following a visit to the renowned Tiger Shrine on the shrine’s opening day. He later returned to perform a ritual with his family, seeking blessings and good fortune.
The Thanakhan Phoem Bun Foundation, a major philanthropic organisation managing the Tiger Shrine, shared photographs and videos on their Facebook page of the latest lottery millionaire, Suphachan Nuasawat. The lucky man won the first prize in the April 16 Thai lottery draw, receiving 114 million baht.
Supphasan and his family visited the famous Tiger Shrine in Bangkok to perform a merit-making ceremony. Prior to his big win, he had prayed for blessings on the day the shrine opened its doors to visitors, a day he felt something special was about to happen. He decided to buy 19 digital lottery tickets, all matching the same numbers he found on an application called “Paotang,” and ultimately won the first prize on all of them. Read more about the story HERE.
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