Singapore Pools is a state monopoly that operates the only legal lottery games in Singapore. Its primary goal is to curb illegal gambling and betting in the country. Currently, it offers 3 games: 4D, TOTO and Singapore Sweep.
The results of the lottery are published on the official website within 24 hours after each draw. This makes it easier for gamblers to claim their prizes, especially if they hold tickets that contain a link to an information page on the Singapore Pools website.
Lottery Singapore has been a successful tool for promoting healthy gambling habits, but it does not condone the behaviour of those who play excessively. Those who commit such acts may be subjected to family exclusion orders, a measure that could see their online betting accounts suspended.
Among the most popular lotteries in Singapore is TOTO, which has been around since 1968. It is a simple game that requires players to choose six numbers from 1 to 49. The game is played twice a week on Monday and Thursday at 6:30pm (SG time).
TOTO has a jackpot prize of $1 million, but this is only the beginning of your potential winnings. There are seven prize tiers in TOTO, each offering its own monetary prizes.
To win the jackpot, you need to match all six numbers. The odds of winning are 1 in 13,983,816. However, you can win smaller prizes by matching three or more of the six numbers. In addition, there is a bonus number that adds to the odds.