Singapore has a national lottery, called Lottery Singapore. Tickets for the lottery cost $3, and contain 19 seven-digit numbers. If all of your numbers match, you’ll receive a prize of $1,000, and if you match the final two digits, you’ll receive a prize of up to $2.3 million. For more information about playing the lottery, visit the Lottery Singapore website.
The results for the Singapore Sweep can be found on the official organization’s website, or through an independent website called Rush Results. Every first Wednesday of the month, the Singapore Sweep draws. The 4D and Toto draws are held weekly on Wednesday and Monday. You can also get the latest results on the official website, where you can check your winnings.
Playing the lottery online is a convenient, secure, and easy process. The Lottery Singapore site can be accessed from a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. You just need to ensure that your device is compatible with the website before registering. If you have a smartphone, you can download the Lottery Singapore app and play the lottery right from your phone.
Toto was first launched in Singapore in the early 1960s. In 1981, snowballing was introduced, and the jackpot prize increased. On May 19, 1986, the game was offered as a computerized version. Since then, the Toto game has undergone several changes, including introducing the 6/42 matrix and HongBao Draw. It also became online in 2016.