Founded in 1968, Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. The organization has expanded its game offerings to include Sweep, 4Digits, and Toto. These games are available at all Singapore Pools outlets. The jackpot prize for each game is a minimum of $1,000 to a maximum of $2.3 million.
The official website of the Singapore lottery offers players tips on playing responsibly and increasing their chances of winning. It also allows users to check the results of past draws and subscribe to email alerts. There is also an application for mobile devices. The app is free to download and can be used to purchase tickets.
The Singapore Lottery has two draws a week. One is at 9:30PM and the other is at 6:30PM. Each draw includes seven numbers. Those who win can expect cash prizes that range from $1 to $2 million. These winnings are deposited into a player’s bank account within a few days.
The Singapore Sweep game was introduced in 1969. The results are announced on the first Wednesday of each month. The 19 seven-digit numbers are drawn from a pool of balls. The grand prize is $16 million. This will be the largest prize in the history of Singapore Pools.
Toto is the second most popular betting game in Singapore. In April 2015, total wagers reached SG$9.2 billion. This was a 40% increase compared to last year. This was due to the lifting of the Covid-19 restrictions.