The official Lottery Singapore website offers free games and a mobile application for those who want to play on the go. Using a smartphone or tablet, players can choose six numbers from one to 49, then check the results online after the draw. If they match the numbers, they win the jackpot prize. If they don’t, the prize money is split between the second and third place winners.
In addition to free games, the website also offers tips on how to win the lottery, newsletters, and more. Proceeds from the Lottery Singapore are distributed to several charitable organizations in the city, including programs that decrease the size of class sizes for young children and make education affordable for those living in the city.
The Singapore Sweep game was re-launched in 1998 with an updated prize structure. The proceeds were pledged to the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay. In 2004, the first prize was doubled, and by 2013, it stood at $2.3 million. The first prize is worth an average of about $650,000, and a winner can use a prize calculator to find out their prize amount.
Toto is a popular lottery in Singapore. It is the second most popular betting game in the country after 4Digits. Players choose seven numbers out of fifty, from one to 49. The draw takes place every Monday to Friday at 6:30PM, and a cascade draw is held at 9:30pm on Fridays.