Founded in 1968, Lottery Singapore is the only legalized form of lottery in the country. It is run by Singapore Pools, a government-owned company. The prizes vary from $1 to $2 million. It has two draw sessions every week.
The first draw occurs on a Thursday at 6.30pm. The results are published online and at participating retail outlets. Players must select six numbers from 1 to 49. Those who match all six numbers receive the jackpot. There are three categories of prizes: jackpots, cash prizes, and jigsaw puzzles.
Toto is the most popular game in Singapore. It was first launched in June 1968. In 1988, the format was changed to 6/42. In 2015, Toto was the second-most-popular gambling activity in Singapore.
Toto was offered on a computerized basis in May 1986. There are numerous outlets in Singapore where you can buy tickets. You can also buy the game on the Internet. The payouts are high and the odds are good. In addition, the winners can claim their prize immediately.
The website of Singapore Lottery is user-friendly. You can check the latest results, find out the winning numbers, and get tips to help you increase your chances of winning. It offers email alerts and chat support with lottery agents. You can also subscribe to a newsletter to receive updates about the latest lotteries.
The official lottery of Singapore is free to play. You can download the official app or visit a website that offers it.