The Singapore Lottery is one of the oldest lottery games in the world. Originally created in 1968, it is operated by the state-owned gambling company, Singapore Pools.
It is the second largest betting and lottery game in Singapore after 4Digits. Tickets for the Toto game can be purchased on a tablet or smartphone. In addition, there are two other lottery games, Sweep and Daily Derby, to choose from.
The official Singapore lottery website contains information about the games, including the rules, and offers tips on how to play. It also has a calendar of daily draws. Players can purchase tickets on the site and sign up for e-mail alerts.
The lottery website also features a chat window, which allows players to discuss the game with other users. It also has a calendar of past draws and a calculator for calculating jackpot prizes. Users can also view and analyze past results, which can provide insights into number patterns and frequency.
Players can also purchase individual tickets or sets of tickets. Ticket prices vary depending on the number of numbers matching the winning numbers. Buying more tickets increases the odds of winning.
A player who wins the jackpot prize of SGD$2 million will have to claim his prize within 90 days. Failure to do so may result in a fine. Moreover, unclaimed prizes are distributed to charitable organizations.
The Singapore Lottery has two weekly draws. One on Monday at 6:30 PM and another on Thursday at 6.30 PM. Results are usually announced online and in regional newspapers. Alternatively, results can be viewed on the official mobile app.