The lottery in Singapore offers an array of ways for players to win. It has a range of prizes, including the Singapore Sweep jackpot, which is worth S$2 million. If you want to play the game, you can visit Lottery Singapore’s official website. The website offers a user-friendly interface, and is available on almost any device. It is also compatible with mobile phones, but make sure to check whether yours is compatible before registering.
The lowest ticket costs $1 GST included, and you can choose up to six numbers from 1 to 49. There is a jackpot prize for a player whose 6 numbers match all seven numbers drawn. The prizes increase as more numbers match the winning numbers. For example, if you match three of the winning numbers, you will win a prize. If all six numbers match, you will win a jackpot prize of S$5 million.
The Toto lottery was first introduced in Singapore on June 9, 1968. In 1981, the top prize was increased. On May 19, 1986, the game was made available as a computerized lottery. It was first offered in 5/49 format, but later changed to 6/42 in 1988 and 6/45 in 1997. In April 2016, the lottery moved online.
Singapore Pools is the only lottery operator in the country. It offers lottery games as well as betting on horse racing and sports. The company uses cutting-edge technology and has excellent customer service. Its branches are located island-wide.