The Singapore Government encourages citizens to play lottery responsibly.
Lottery Singapore, a state-owned company, is the only legal operator of lottery games in the country. It is also the only bookmaker and totalisator for association football and motor racing betting.
There are many ways to play the Singapore Pools lottery, including online and offline. You can also purchase tickets at physical lottery agents, which are monitored by the Singapore government.
The most popular games in Singapore are 4-D and Toto, both of which can be purchased at any of the many Singapore Pools outlets across the city. You can also check the results of these games on the official website or by downloading the Singapore Pools app.
Those who are new to the game should start by reading about it before making any bets. They will find it easier to understand if they know how the numbers are drawn and what the prizes are.
Originally launched in 1968, the Toto lottery is Singapore’s oldest legal lottery game. It is a jackpot-based game with a starting prize of S$1 million. It is drawn every Monday and Thursday at 6.30 pm (SG time).
Toto has been a hit since it was first introduced, and many people are still playing the game. To win a prize, you must correctly predict at least three of the six numbers and an additional number that are drawn in each draw.
If you do win a prize, you will need to visit the Singapore Pools outlet where you purchased your ticket, and present your winning TOTO ticket along with a valid identification (NRIC for Singaporeans and PRs or passport for foreigners). You will also need to provide a deposit that matches your bank records before you can claim any prizes.