The Singapore Lottery is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the country. It is played twice a week, usually on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. To win, players must match all six numbers. There is a pot prize and a jackpot that rolls over if no one wins in four consecutive draws.
The odds of winning any prize are a bit better than you might think. For the main prize, you have a 1 in 13,983,816 chance.
The Singapore Lottery is run by a statutory body called the Tote Board. This is responsible for Singapore’s horse racing, sports betting, and lottery.
Another statutory body is the Casino Regulatory Authority. These two bodies work together to ensure that gambling is conducted responsibly. They also collaborate with the Police Force and the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Several other gaming regulators also function in Singapore. Several of these organizations are expected to merge.
The Tote Board is responsible for the operation of the Toto and 4-D lottery. It also oversees the Singapore Turf Club, which runs horse races.
IGT Global Services has signed a six-year deal with the Singapore Pools to provide a lottery system. IGT will deploy the Aurora Navigator and Aurora Anywhere to power the lottery.
A new lottery option is expected to be launched in Singapore this year. Jay Gendron, the Chief Operating Officer of IGT Global Services, says that Singapore Pools will be able to offer a more secure and secure environment.