Lottery Singapore is a popular lottery that offers a range of different games and jackpots. It is regulated by the Tote Board and operated by Singapore Pools, a licensed gambling operator.
Unlike other lottery systems that require you to buy tickets online or from a mobile app, Singapore Pools is an offline service that operates primarily at their physical outlets in Singapore. You can buy tickets from Singapore Pools using cash or credit cards and they accept NRICs and passports as forms of identification.
You can also play the lottery online, but it’s important to make sure the website you’re on is secure. You should only use an online lottery system that is reputable and has good customer service.
The main lottery in Singapore is Toto, which was first launched by Singapore Pools in 1968. It is a simple game that allows you to choose six numbers from 1 to 49 and one additional number. Its jackpot prize pool is $2.8 million, which is a huge sum for a country as small as Singapore.
Another lottery that’s worth a look is Singapore Sweep, which has a top prize of $2.3 million. The game’s jackpots are regularly won by people who are just out to have a good time.
A study by a group of researchers has shown that lottery wins can have a positive effect on health. It found that a S$10,000 increase in unearned income increased household members’ self-reported overall health and improved their likelihood of reporting excellent, very good or good health.