TV, Online Shows Attracts Stay At Home Viewers with Exciting Cash Prizes
TV and online shows encourage people staying at home due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic with exciting cash prizes to watch their programs.
Previously, only game shows gave money and exciting prizes to studio audiences and television viewers. However, when the pandemic comes, online platforms, magazines, and public service show now used the money to encourage the public to enjoy their programs.
The distribution of money is now an effective instrument for people to encourage them to watch TV shows. Because of this, our unfortunate Filipino fellows whose livelihoods have been severely affected by the pandemic will try their luck to win the prizes.
Before COVID-19, Willie Revillame used to give money to Wowowin’s studio audience and home viewers. However, Wowowin has been stopped for a month due to the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon.
ECQ has put Willie being stranded at his private resort in Puerto Galera, but he continued to distribute money to those in need through his online show, “Tutok To Win.”
Based on the report of PEP, when GMA-7 management tells Willie to return to Metro Manila in April 2020 to resume his program, he immediately flies to continue the distribution of money. This is what people really need now so ‘Tutok to Win’ continues.
Also, the magazine show Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho has launched a contest to televiewers at home on June 28, the program launched the “Ka-Selfie Mo Jessica Soho” online selfie contest.
Every week, they will choose ten loyal viewers to win five thousand pesos each. The participants will send their selfie photo on KMJS Facebook page while they are watching Jessica’s program.
Raffy Tulfo also gives a lot of cash prizes to the viewers of Idol in Action, his public service program on TV5 which started on June 8, 2020. Like Willie, Raffy also gives assistance to needy Filipinos.
Cash prizes are also Vice Ganda’s motivation for the public to watch his digital show, the Vice Ganda Network. Big prizes await viewers who are lucky enough to participate in Prize Ganda, the “Online Palarong Pang-Madla” of Vice’s online show.
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