The lottery game in Singapore has been in existence for a long time. In 1966, the lottery was legalized in S’pore. Before this, the lottery was only an underground activity with schoolboys raking in cash. Today, Lottery Singapore has made the lottery available to all residents. To play, players choose six numbers from one to 49. Three or more numbers must match the winning numbers to win. The price of a ticket rises as more numbers match. The jackpot prize goes to the player who matches all six numbers.
The lottery is played on a daily basis. Players can choose between the 4D game and the 5D game. The 4D game is played every day, while the 5D game is played twice a month. Ticket prices are a few dollars, and the prizes are large. The jackpots in these games are about $16 million. If you’re lucky enough to win, you’ll receive a check in the mail.
International Game Technology (IGT) has signed a six-year deal with Singapore Pools to provide lottery services through its Aurora system. The partnership will include the deployment of the Aurora Navigator, which is a central lottery management system that offers the flexibility and reliability necessary for high-volume transactions. The Aurora system will also provide a central portal to manage lottery applications, as well as a plug-and-play data connector that integrates with external applications. The new lottery management system will enable Singapore Pools to expand the gaming opportunities for its players.