About Lottery Singapore
The Singapore Pools (Private) Limited was incorporated on 23 May 1968 as a state lottery operator to curb illegal gambling in Singapore. It is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Tote Board, a statutory body under the Ministry of Finance. It is also the only legal bookmaker and totalisator for association football and motor racing betting.
About the Singapore Toto Game
The Singapore Toto lottery has a jackpot prize that can be as high as $16 million. The odds of winning it are 1 in 13,983,816, which is a far cry from some of the world’s biggest lotteries, but still quite good.
There are 7 prize tiers to choose from, with the jackpot tier being the largest. The other six tiers offer a smaller fixed amount or a percentage of the prize pool. The jackpot can be won by matching all the numbers drawn or by guessing the supplementary number.
About the Singapore 4D Game
The 4-digit lottery is a popular form of gambling in Singapore. It is available at most major supermarkets and convenience stores in Singapore. It is a fun and inexpensive way to play the lottery.
About the Singapore Sweep Lottery
The Singapore Sweep lottery is a similar version of the 4-digit lottery, with the only difference being that it requires you to select more numbers than the standard game. It is available at most major supermarkets, convenience stores and hawker centres in Singapore.