Lottery Singapore offers online lottery games and a mobile app. These are convenient and safe ways to play the game. Players can play from any internet enabled device and receive results as soon as they’re released. Playing online also provides a more social atmosphere. Players can chat with others online and keep an eye on the results every day.
Online lottery games are available for players with a local Singapore address. They must be at least 21 years of age to register. International players are not eligible to play online but can play on the Singapore Pool website. However, players must be a Singaporean resident to participate. This means that players from outside the country cannot join Singapore’s lottery games.
The Singapore Pools runs a monthly draw called the Singapore Sweep. This is a more complex lottery game that offers higher prizes. Players choose six numbers from 1 to 49, which are called during the draw. They must match at least three of the winning numbers to win a prize. There are five draw officials and an independent auditor overseeing each draw. The draw is conducted by a specially designed computer with a margin of error. This ensures that all players have a fair chance of winning a prize.
The Toto game was first launched in Singapore in June 1968. It has since undergone several changes in format. In 1981, the top prize was increased. In 1986, the game was launched as a computerized version. The jackpot on Toto rolls over every week. Another lottery game, 4D, was launched just a year after Toto. Players choose from a four-digit number ranging from 0000 to 9999. The game has a variety of bet options and allows players to bet in different amounts.