Lottery Singapore is a form of gambling in Singapore that offers players the chance to win large amounts of money. It is available at a number of different outlets and can be played from anywhere with a desktop computer, mobile phone or tablet.
The Singapore Lottery is operated by Singapore Pools (Private) Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Tote Board. It is the sole legal lottery operator in Singapore and offers three main lotteries: 4-D, Toto and Singapore Sweep.
Singapore lottery tickets can be purchased from Singapore Pools outlets or online. You can also purchase them from lottery kiosks located in malls and shopping centers.
To play Singapore lottery, you need to be at least 21 years of age and a resident of Singapore with a valid NRIC or for non-Singaporeans, a valid employment pass. In addition to this, you must have an official account with Singapore Pools and you must be able to prove your identity by presenting a valid ID card.
In addition to traditional lottery games, you can also purchase tickets from sweepstakes or lottery kiosks that are found in shopping malls and other public spaces. These can be an alternative to buying lottery tickets from lottery agents, but they are not monitored by the Singapore government and you should do your research before purchasing them.
There are also a number of international digital lottery providers that offer international digital lotto games including Singapore lottery games. You can find these companies on the internet or by searching for them on Google. These companies may offer secure payments and quick results, but you should always read the terms and conditions before making a purchase.