There are three main types of lottery games in Singapore. These are Toto, Singapore Sweep and 4-D. Each of these games offers different payouts.
In Toto, players select six numbers from 1 to 49. If all six numbers are drawn, the player wins the jackpot prize. The jackpot is a guaranteed amount of one million Singapore dollars. However, the player also has the option of a rollover. This means that the prize rolls over to the next draw if the player does not win.
In Singapore Sweep, players have the choice of betting on four numbers or all seven numbers. Players who bet on all seven have a better chance of winning the jackpot prize.
4-D, on the other hand, is a fixed-odds game. It is a popular lottery game in Singapore. As a result, it is available only to residents of the country.
Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in the country. The company is a government-owned entity. Its profits are distributed to charitable organizations.
Since its introduction in 1968, the lottery system in Singapore has evolved. Today, it offers two drawings each week. On Sundays, the results are announced. Afterwards, the winning numbers are published in regional newspapers.
The latest Singapore Lottery results are also available online. They include the winning numbers, rules and past draws.
Singapore Lottery tickets are available from authorized merchants. However, minors are not allowed to purchase tickets.
In order to play the Singapore lottery, you must have an internet connection. You can buy a ticket online or at a retail outlet. Tickets cost S$ 2 each.