Lottery Singapore

Lottery Singapore

Lottery Singapore is a government-owned lottery company in Singapore. It operates three lotteries – Toto, 4D and Singapore Sweep. It also runs sports betting, including association football and motor racing bets.

The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tote Board, a statutory body under the Ministry of Finance. It is the only operator that is legally permitted to run lotteries in Singapore.

Founded in 1968, the game of TOTO is an extremely popular lottery game in Singapore. It involves picking six numbers plus one additional number from a pool of numbers between 1 and 49.

Toto is played twice a week at Singapore Pools outlets, and the biggest TOTO jackpot has been $12 million. A lot of people are willing to stand in long queues just to play this game, but it can be very time consuming and expensive.

However, a lot of people do win big money in this game. The odds of winning the jackpot are quite good, and the prize pool is a lot bigger than other Singapore lottery games.

There are rolling jackpots, so prizes are carried over if no winners are picked for four draws in a row. Moreover, the prize pool can be split between seven prize tiers.

You can check the results of the Singapore Pools lottery online, and you can even set up email alerts if you want to receive notifications about your winnings. You can also watch the draws live at selected outlets.