Singapore Lottery

Lottery Singapore

Singapore Pools (Private) Limited is a state-owned lottery subsidiary company that is legally allowed to run lotteries in Singapore. It was established on 1 May 2004 and is owned by the Tote Board, a statutory board under the Ministry of Finance.

The Singapore lottery is an accepted form of recreation in this country and it is a popular way for people to pass the time and earn some extra cash. It is also a popular choice for people who want to avoid breaking the law by gambling illegally.

There are several types of Singapore lottery games. These include 4-D, TOTO and Singapore Sweep. Each game offers a variety of prize tiers and players can win if they match more than three numbers.

TOTO is a Singapore lottery game that offers a large jackpot, which starts at $1 million and increases every week until it is won. The winning numbers are drawn at random from the range of 1 to 49. This is a more advanced game than 4D as you need to select 6 numbers plus an additional number.

It is important to choose a sequence of numbers that are not popular and are unlikely to be picked by others. You should also avoid numbers like car number plates, dates or bridal cars.

In the last financial year, SGD9.2 billion was wagered on lottery and sports betting products, a record that shows Singapore is still very much into gambling. It is also encouraging to see that the daily casino entry levy has increased 10 per cent over the previous year, which has helped boost tourism and business in Singapore.