If you want to win cash prizes, then Lottery Singapore is an excellent option. It’s a simple game that is easy to play and can be played online or at various locations across the country.
The game is operated by a state-owned lottery company, known as Singapore Pools. This company has been running lotteries since 1968 and is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore.
It offers a variety of lotteries including 4D, Toto and Singapore Sweep. These lotteries have multiple tiers of cash prizes and are offered on a weekly basis.
TOTO, for instance, has a jackpot of $1 million and can roll over for up to four draws before it is finally won by someone who matches all six main numbers drawn. This is a unique feature of the game and makes it one of the most popular lotteries in the country.
Another jackpot-winning lottery is Singapore Sweep, which was established in 1969. This lottery also has a jackpot that can go up to $2.3 million. It’s also a snowball-style lottery, meaning the prize money increases for every draw that a player does not win.
Whether you play Singapore’s lottery or not, it is important to be aware of scams and fraud. In fact, the Police have recently warned about a scam that involves lottery numbers being bought for people who then claim they have won the lottery.
The scam usually takes place through unsolicited messages on WhatsApp or social media platforms. The victims are then asked to transfer a sum of money or pay a fee before they can receive their winnings. The Police have urged these victims to use the ScamShield app to protect themselves from such scams.