Singapore Lottery

Lottery Singapore

Singapore Pools operates three lotteries – 4D, TOTO and Singapore Sweep. It also offers a number of online lottery games.

The company was set up in 1968 to curb illegal gambling in Singapore and it is the only lottery operator that is legally allowed to operate in the country. It is a subsidiary of the Tote Board, which is the sole legal bookmaker and totalisator for association football and motor racing in Singapore.

There are a variety of jackpot prizes available to players in all the lotteries offered by Singapore Pools. However, there are some limitations to these prizes. They include a minimum guaranteed amount and a rolling jackpot.


The TOTO lottery is a very popular lottery in Singapore and has been around since 1968. The game is played by choosing six numbers from 1 to 49. It is available at all Singapore Pools outlets, with drawings held twice a week on Monday and Thursday.

It has a very simple format and the jackpot is relatively small, but it can be won by matching all six numbers. In addition, it has two extra entry forms that can help increase your odds of winning.

These forms have a very high price tag, but they can significantly improve your chances of winning. They come with a number of benefits, including a better chance to win the jackpot and the ability to pick your lucky numbers.

There are many different lottery websites available, but the majority of them offer similar features. Some of them will automatically select numbers for you while others offer a more personalized approach. Some of them even allow you to play multiple games at once.