The Singapore lottery is run by Singapore Pools. This state-owned company is the only legal operator of lotteries in the country. Founded in 1967, it offers several types of games, including 4D and Toto.
In April 2015, Toto was the second most popular gambling activity in Singapore. It draws numbers from 1 to 49, plus one additional “additional” number. There are two main types of bets: small and large. Small bets cover three of the most popular categories, while large bets are for all prize categories.
Several changes have been made to the lottery in the past decade. First, the format of the game changed to 6/49 in 2014. Next, Toto’s jackpot rose to SGD$1 million. These changes have led to a dramatic increase in betting.
Sports bets increased as well. With the COVID-19 restrictions eased, the amount of wagers soared. Those who placed a bet with an unlicensed or illegal operator could be fined up to SGD10,000.
Similarly, the Singapore Sweep game offered an array of prizes, ranging from 5,000 dollars to $1 million. These prizes are payable in the currency of Singapore.
Aside from these popular games, the Singapore Pools also offers Toto. If you want to be a lucky winner, you can buy tickets from the Singapore Pools branch nearest to you.
Aside from Toto, the Singapore Pools also offers a variety of other options. You can play online, buy a ticket from a retail outlet or purchase it via telephone.