The Singapore Lottery is operated by Singapore Pools, a company that has been legally licensed to operate lottery games. It is one of the oldest lottery games in Singapore and has grown to be one of the most popular.
The Singapore Sweep is a seven-digit sweepstakes-style game. In addition to the top prize, there are prizes ranging from 2.3 million dollars to $1,000. These prizes can be won every first Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM.
The Singapore Toto Lotto has been running since 1968. In the early years, the jackpot was a small amount. In 1997, the top prize was SGD$300,000. This grew to SGD$500,000 in 2004 and SGD$1 million in 2014.
Another popular gambling activity in Singapore is the 4D lottery. Players bet on four numbers from 0000 to 9999. They can buy a single ticket or multiple tickets. Buying multiple tickets will increase your chances of winning.
IGT signed a six-year deal with Singapore Pools to deploy its lottery system in Singapore. The company’s Aurora central system will provide the reliability and security needed for the lottery gaming industry.
IGT’s Aurora Anywhere also provides a secure gateway for external applications to connect to the core lottery system. Moreover, IGT’s Aurora Navigator allows for the management of lottery applications and operations.
Unlike other national lotteries, the odds for the Singapore Lottery are very low. For example, in a game called Toto, the probability of winning is as low as 1 in 22.