Lottery Singapore is a state monopoly owned by the government. It operates three lottery games – Toto, 4D and Singapore Sweep. It also generates funding for social and charitable causes.
The latest Singapore lottery results, winning numbers and rules are available here. You can also find past draws to see if you have won the jackpot.
Singapore Pools has more than 300 outlets that offer ticket purchases and payment of prizes for lottery games. The company has also launched online betting services to help users place bets and win big prizes.
Toto, which was first introduced in 1968 and is known by various names elsewhere, has a long history of being one of the most popular types of lottery games in Singapore. It was originally a manual game and later became an automated version with the addition of a “snowball effect” that divides the prize if there is no jackpot winner.
It has a jackpot of up to S$2.3 million for its annual Singapore Sweep and Hong Bao draw, as well as up to S$200,000 in the 4D lottery. It is a fun and exciting way to spend your time and money, but it can also be addictive if you are not careful.
According to the Tote Board, a statutory body that governs lottery operator Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club, Singaporeans bet SGD9.2 billion (US$6.8 billion) on lotteries and sports in the last financial year, a 43% increase over the previous year’s figures. This is the highest amount since the Tote Board’s reopening in March, following COVID-19 restrictions.