Singapore Lottery is a form of gambling that is legal and regulated in the country. You must be over 18 years old to play the lottery. It is illegal to sell lottery tickets to minors. You may also only purchase tickets from merchants licensed by the authorities. There are three main types of lottery games in Singapore. The first is the 4D, which is a fixed-odds game held by the Singapore Pools. The results are released on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Toto is the oldest lottery game in Singapore and has been running since 1968. It is a one-game-plus-one game with a minimum ticket prize of S$1. A single ticket is good for one drawing, and a higher number increases the prize. A prize is also available for winning the jackpot. Toto is the second-most-popular game in Singapore, after the 4Digits game. The lucky winner will be awarded a jackpot if three or more of his numbers match the winning ones. You can enter the lottery by phone, online, or by visiting a retail outlet in Singapore.
IGT has signed a six-year contract with Singapore Pools to provide lottery services via the Aurora lottery system. As part of the deal, IGT will also deploy the Aurora Data Connector, Aurora Navigator, and Aurora Anywhere. This will further enhance lottery operations by allowing external applications to connect with the core lottery system.