Lottery Singapore operates a wide range of lottery games. These include 4D, Toto, and Singapore Sweep. It is regulated by the Gambling Regulatory Authority and donates its profits to charities and community organisations in Singapore.
Getting started with Lottery Singapore
The first step to playing lottery in Singapore is to open an account online or at one of the physical outlets. Once you have an account, you can choose the lottery game you want to play, purchase your ticket, and check for the results of your draw.
A lottery ticket is relatively inexpensive compared to other forms of gambling, and it can be very profitable. But it is important to get professional financial advice if you win a large amount of money.
The Singapore Pools website offers all the latest news and results for various lottery games, and you can also verify your winning numbers on the site. However, players should be wary of websites that offer fake lottery results.
Taking part in a lottery scam is illegal. Anyone who is found participating in a lottery scam can be arrested and face fines and imprisonment.
Singapore Police says that at least 55 people have lost over US$376,896 to a lottery scam that purportedly uses religious figures as the bait. The scam involves unsolicited messages sent via WhatsApp and other social media platforms, which ask the victims to send money or gift cards to a supposed religious figure.
The easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the resumption of sports tournaments worldwide has led to a record amount of wagers on lottery and sports betting products in the Tote Board’s last financial year, which ended in March 2022. The total was SGD9.2 billion, a 40 per cent increase from the previous financial year.