The Singapore Lottery is an online lottery game where players are given a chance to win cash prizes. The main prize is awarded to a player who matches the winning numbers. Players can win even more by playing in multiple lots.
For a relatively small fee, players can buy a ticket that will automatically enter them into the drawing. Results are also announced online. They can be viewed on the official website and mobile app.
One of the most popular lottery games in Singapore is the 4D lottery. It’s a four-digit game with an estimated prize pool of $6.6 billion.
Another is Toto, a two-digit lottery game that is offered by Singapore Pools. These two lotteries are legal. However, anyone who bets with an unlicensed or illegal operator can receive up to SGD10,000 in fines.
Aside from the lottery, there is a sports betting product available, the Sweep. This product also comes with a multi-million dollar jackpot.
A recent report on lotteries and other forms of gambling in Singapore suggests that the country is making good on its COVID-19 restrictions. Gambling spending in the city has risen to a record high, boosting sports betting and lottery products.
In addition, Singapore Pools was granted exemption from the Remote Gambling Act, allowing it to perform lottery services. IGT has a six-year deal with Singapore Pools to provide lottery services via the Aurora central lottery system.
The Tote Board tracks casino entry levies, gaming surplus and financial and grantmaking surplus from the Singapore Turf Club. Total wagers on lotteries and other forms of gambling reached SG$9.2 billion in the financial year ending March 2022.