Lotéricas são tema de sustentabilidade.
Imagem: Câmara dos Deputados / Divulgação

The Administration and Public Service Commission of the Chamber of Deputies will meet next Wednesday (22) to debate the sustainability of lotteries in Brazil. The request for the debate came from deputy Reimont (PT-RJ).

Reimont states: “It is necessary to resume discussions and bring satisfactory solutions for the sustainability of lotteries. Because, despite many technological innovations, it is still the main channel for banking social inclusion and serving the population. In addition, of course, to its main purpose , which is the federal lottery“.

Lotteries need to modernize but without losing the social factor

Therefore, the deputy highlights that it is necessary to discuss urgent issues involving lotteries. Between them:

  • Legal uncertainty arising from the precarious nature of the permission contract
  • Economic and financial imbalance, caused by the lag in tariffs and the migration of the public to the digital environment
  • Lack of equality in the marketing of products between physical and digital media
  • Need for innovation and repositioning of the segment’s market.

The debate, which will be attended by guests, will be held at 4:30 pm, in plenary 15. The sustainability of lotteries is a topic of great relevance. After all, these establishments contribute to banking social inclusion and service to the population.

Mega-Sena accumulated!

While the discussion continues in the Chamber of Deputies, you can take the opportunity to play Mega-Sena, which has an accumulated prize of R$37 million for the draw that will take place this Tuesday (21).

The draw for the six dozen of competition 2,727 will take place at Espaço da Sorte, located at Avenida Paulista, nº 750, in São Paulo, starting at 8 pm (Brasília time).

Therefore, it is possible to place your bets until 7pm (Brasília time), at lottery outlets accredited by Caixa, across the country or online. The simple game, with six numbers marked, costs R$5¹.

Furthermore, bets for Quina de São João, with an estimated prize of R$220 million, are already being placed. The draw for contest 6,462 will be held on June 22nd.