The Singapore Lottery is a legal form of lottery that can be played by adults who live in Singapore. You can play online or on your mobile phone. It’s a great way to earn money. Just remember to play responsibly!
You can purchase a ticket for SGD$3 at a Singapore Pools outlet. If you are lucky enough to win, you can use a prize calculator to get your prize. After winning, you have 180 days to claim the prize. Your prize can be claimed at a certified payout location.
In January 2010, the Tote Board released a report stating that lottery games accounted for 40% of the total wagers for the year. That’s the largest amount in the last decade.
The Tote Board is responsible for regulating and governing lotteries in Singapore. The board also works with partners to channel casino entry levies and gaming surpluses of the Singapore Turf Club.
The Tote Board also distributes unclaimed prizes to charitable organizations. Anyone who engages in illegal or unlicensed gambling operations can be fined up to SGD10,000.
Aside from Lottery Singapore, the Tote Board also oversees the Toto and 4-D. This year, the total wagers for these games reached SG$9.2 billion.
Another popular lottery game in Singapore is 99JITU TOTO. You can buy your tickets at any Singapore Pools outlet. But before you do so, you should know the rules and winning odds.
There are two draws each week for Toto. The first draw is at 7pm on Wednesday and the second draw is at 9:30pm on Friday. Each draw features seven numbers. When six of the drawn numbers match the winning ones, you get the jackpot.