Lottery Singapore

Founded in 1968, Lottery Singapore is the only lottery operator that is authorized to organize and regulate lottery games in the country. It was set up in response to the escalation of illegal gambling and betting activities in Singapore.

The company also runs several different forms of lottery, including 4D, TOTO and Singapore Sweep. These lottery games are available at Singapore Pools outlets and national authorized retailers, and you can buy a ticket for a minimum price of $3.

4D draws take place every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 6.30 pm. If your number is among the 23 sets of winning 4D numbers, you win a prize.

TOTO draws happen twice a week, with six numbers and one additional number drawn at random. A jackpot can be won if all six numbers are correct, but the odds of winning are much lower than other Singapore lottery games.

This game is very popular in Singapore and has been around for a long time. In fact, it’s one of the oldest lottery games in the world. It was first introduced in 1968 and has undergone numerous changes over the years, most notably a manual version and a rollover jackpot.

Toto has a rolling jackpot that increases with each draw and it has seven prize tiers. The higher tier prizes have a fixed amount while the lower tier prizes are shared among winners.

There have been a number of Singaporeans who have won big in the past few years, including Ms Zita Ng, who spent $15 on Hong Bao Draw and Singapore Sweep bets. The nurse said she hoped to buy a condo with her winnings and split the proceeds with her friends.