The Singapore lottery is run by the Ministry of Finance. The Ministry is responsible for overseeing the lottery industry and channeling its profits for the welfare of Singaporeans. One of the earliest forms of lottery in Singapore was the 4D lottery, which was established in 1966 by the Singapore Turf Club. Its winning numbers are based on a four-digit number. Today, Lottery Singapore offers many ways to play. A mobile app allows players to check the results of draws and purchase lottery tickets online.
Players from Singapore can play the Singapore Sweep game. The Singapore Sweep draws nine winning numbers in pairs. A player can purchase demand-printed tickets at participating outlets. The draw takes place periodically. Ticket winners receive a prize of $6. The winners are randomly chosen from the pool of eligible players. Moreover, they can claim their prize after winning the first round. The next draw is held on the second day after the previous draw.
In Singapore, Toto was first introduced in June 1968. Top price increases and snowballing were introduced in 1981. In May 1986, the lottery was first offered using a computerized system. Today, players can purchase tickets on the Singapore Pool website. Alternatively, they can purchase tickets offline at Singapore Pools outlets. To purchase tickets, players can log into their online account at Singapore Pools. Toto tickets can also be purchased offline at the outlet.