Lottery Singapore is a legal form of gambling that involves randomly drawing numbers to win interesting prizes. It is a popular option for people living in this island city-state. However, you should always be aware of the risks.
The only legal lottery operator in Singapore is Singapore Pools, established in 1968. They offer a range of lottery games including 4D, Toto and Singapore Sweep.
You can buy a ticket online or at any of the Singapore Pools outlets across the country. The minimum amount you can bet is one Singapore dollar. You can also play with up to six numbers.
Toto is a popular lottery in Singapore and the only legalised lottery. It is run by Singapore Pools and has a top prize of S$2.3 million.
If you win a prize, you have 180 days to claim your winnings. You can collect your prize at any of the Singapore Pools outlets or make your claim at their main branch in 210 Middle Road.
In the event that you do not claim your prize within this period, it will be forfeited. You can also be prosecuted for failing to claim your prize.
The spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 has impacted on many aspects of life in Singapore. It has affected the tourism industry and the gambling sector in particular.
While lottery games are a popular way to spend your spare time in Singapore, you should be aware of the risks. Scammers often target victims through social media and WhatsApp messages, asking them to play a lottery game and promise to send them money if they win.