Singapore has two official lottery games: Toto and 4D. Toto is the longest-running game in Singapore with two drawings a week and a minimum guaranteed jackpot of one million Singapore dollars. If no one wins, the jackpot rolls over to the next draw. FourD is the second-longest running game and has been in operation for one year. Both games allow for flexibility and some options, but both are largely based on luck.
Lottery Singapore is operated by Singapore Pools Limited, a state-owned company. The lottery is legal in Singapore, and the company is committed to consumer welfare and a fun and safe gambling experience. The company also offers many types of sports betting products, including football, horse racing, and motor racing.
Lottery Singapore can be played at retail outlets or online, and the site can be accessed on mobile phones. However, it is important to verify that your mobile device is compatible with the Lottery Singapore website before registering. To play, simply match the numbers on your ticket with the numbers from previous draws. You can also check whether the weight of the balls used in the drawing matches those on your ticket. The heavier the balls are, the higher the prize.
In order to win the jackpot, players must match all six numbers from the system roll. A system roll is a better option, as it gives players more numbers than a single entry. It can cost up to S$900, but you get higher odds.