Lottery Singapore

Lottery Singapore is a form of gambling where you draw numbers to win interesting prizes. It is legal in Singapore, but minors cannot play the lottery. You can purchase tickets at various locations and retailers in the country. The lottery is regulated by the state, and there are three main types: 4D, Toto, and Singapore Sweep. These games are operated by different organizations.

The TOTO lottery is a type of lottery that was introduced in Singapore in 1968. It is run by the government through the Singapore Pools company, which is a state-owned lottery subsidiary. The profits that the company generates from this lottery game are used for charitable and other legitimate work. In addition to its lotteries, the Singapore Pools company also offers sports betting, and is the sole legal bookmaker and totalisator for association football and motor racing bets in Singapore.

TOTO draws take place every Monday and Thursday at 6 pm. Players can win a prize by matching at least three of the winning numbers. The lowest prize is for matching three numbers, and the highest prize is for matching six numbers. The lowest price for a ticket is $1, which includes GST.

It is possible to play the TOTO lottery online in Singapore, but you must verify your identity before you can do so. This can be done online or at a Singapore Pools branch. You will need to provide your FIN number, date of birth, and proof of address. In addition, you must use a secure PIN to access your profile and E-Tickets. If you find that your PIN has been accessed, it is important to report this to Singapore Pools.