The Singapore Lottery is one of the most popular games in the country. It is conducted by the government-owned lottery company, Singapore Pools. You can buy tickets at retail outlets or online. Ticket prices start at SGD one, and the minimum bet includes goods and services tax.
Players select six numbers, from 1 to 49. They are then awarded the jackpot prize if their chosen numbers match the drawn ones. There is also a pot prize for players who make a matching three numbers. A player who makes a winning bet with two other people increases their chances of winning.
The odds of winning any prize are extremely low. Only 1 in every 22 million will win. If you have not won, the rollover prize is SGD one million.
The Singapore Toto Lotto started in 1968. It was initially a five-digit game, but it was later changed to a six-digit format. In 2014, the prize was increased to SGD one million.
The results of the Singapore Lottery are released on the official website. You can view past draws, find out the rules and win tips. Ticket weights are also provided.
The main draw of the Singapore Sweep takes place on the first Wednesday of each month. Tickets are available for $3 at Singapore Pools. Winning tickets are certified and can be picked up at payout locations.
IGT has a long-term contract with Singapore Pools to supply lottery services. The company’s Aurora central system provides reliability and supports significant number of daily transactions. Using the Aurora Navigator, you can manage all your lottery applications in one place. This allows for quick analysis of data.