Lottery Singapore is a popular game of chance where players choose six numbers from one to 49. The minimum ticket price is S$1 and the maximum number of matches is 6. There are seven prize tiers, including the jackpot, and there are multiple ways to enter the lottery. Your luck will play a big role in whether you win the prize.
Singapore Pools is the only lottery operator in the country and is run by the Tote Board, a government-linked company. It offers a wide variety of lottery games, sports betting and scratch cards. In addition to the lottery, the Tote Board is the sole totaliser and bookmaker of motor racing and association football in Singapore.
The lottery is available online and at retail outlets in Singapore. To play, you must be a Singapore resident and have a local phone number. It’s also mandatory to be at least 21 years of age to participate. Although lottery online sales have ended, retail outlets in Singapore will be open until 6 April to facilitate prize claims. You can also withdraw winning bets and get refunds of any ticket purchases for future draws.
There are over 250 draws a year conducted by Singapore Pools. They follow stringent security measures and procedures to prevent fraud and ensure the integrity of the draw results. Independent public accounting firms periodically audit the lottery’s processes.