Singapore lottery is a form of gambling that offers players the chance to win large amounts of money. It is available through a variety of outlets and can be played from anywhere in the world using a computer, mobile phone or tablet.
The Singapore lottery is operated by SG Pools, which is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. It offers three main lotteries: 4-D, Toto and Singapore Sweep. The lottery also has a sports betting market, which offers a number of different tiers of cash prizes.
Toto – First introduced in 1968, Toto is a popular Singapore lottery game that can be purchased at any of the Singapore Pools outlets across the country. It has a jackpot that starts at S$1 million and can increase up to four times before it is won by someone who matches all six of the main Toto numbers drawn.
Singapore Pools’ Toto Singapore lottery has several tiers of cash prizes to be won and the odds of winning a prize in each tier are slightly different. For instance, the odds of matching four of the main Toto Singapore lottery numbers are 1 in 1,083 while the odds of winning a fifth division prize are 1 in 812.
As well as offering several tiers of cash prizes, the Singapore Pools lottery also donates 54% of its revenue to charity. These funds are used for a wide range of good causes, including community projects and sporting activities.