Singapore Lottery and Lottery Hongkong

Lottery Singapore

The Singapore Lottery is a legal gambling game which is run by a state owned company called Singapore Pools. Players can buy lottery tickets from authorized retail outlets or online sites. Besides purchasing individual tickets, players can also purchase sets of tickets.

The Singapore Lottery is one of the most popular forms of gambling in the country. In 1968, the government introduced the game in order to curb illegal betting.

The Lottery has three main games. These games are Sweep, Daily Derby, and Toto. Each has different prize payouts. Buying more than one ticket increases the chances of winning.

Toto is the most popular lottery game in Singapore. It has a jackpot that can increase up to four times. Players have to choose six numbers between 1 and 49. Matching all six numbers in a draw wins the jackpot.

The Singapore Lottery is free to play. However, players must be responsible. If they win, they have 90 days to claim the prize. Failure to do so can result in fines.

Singapore Pools is the only lottery operator in the country. They have a sophisticated central system which supports a large number of daily transactions. IGT has been in partnership with the company since 1986. This partnership includes the deployment of the IGT Aurora Navigator, a single point of management for all lottery applications.

The Singapore Lottery website is user-friendly and offers a range of information. You can view past draws, purchase tickets, and receive e-mail alerts.