To enter the lottery, simply visit the official website of Lottery Singapore. There, you can check the results and register to receive email alerts of your winning numbers. The results will be announced at ten-day intervals on the first Wednesday of the month. Alternatively, you can visit retail outlets to check the results.
The lottery is open to residents of Singapore. To be eligible, you must have a Singapore address and telephone number and be at least 21 years old. You can also participate if you are a foreigner, provided you have a valid Singapore Foreign Identification Number. Those who win a prize in the lottery must pay duty under the Betting and Sweepstakes Duties Act.
The first Toto lottery was launched in Singapore on June 9, 1968. There have been a few changes to the game since then, including the introduction of snowballing and top prices. On May 19, 1986, Toto was launched as a computerized game. Since then, it has expanded to online play. The odds of winning any prize are one in 54.
The online version of the lottery offers a wide variety of games. It is easy to play and has better odds than most lotteries. However, to participate in the lottery, you must be a resident of Singapore, have a Singaporean address, and be at least 21 years old. Foreign residents may also register for the lottery, and all rules and regulations can be found on the official website.