Singapore Lottery

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The Singapore Lottery is a gambling game that has been offered in the country since 1968. It is one of the most popular gaming options in the country. Players get to pick their own numbers. They can win either the pot prize or one of the ten special prizes.

Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. In addition to the Toto and 4D games, they also offer football and motor racing.

In 2015, Singapore Pools was the second most popular gambling activity in the country. Their total revenues exceeded SGD9.2 billion, which was a 43% increase over the previous year.

IGT, a company that provides technology services, signed a six-year contract with Singapore Pools to provide the lottery system. This agreement will give players a single, reliable way to manage all of their lottery applications.

Singapore Pools (Private) Limited is a state-owned company in the country that is legally authorized to run lotteries. The company is owned by the Tote Board, a government-owned corporation that regulates the lottery industry.

Singapore Pools has a sophisticated central system, which is used to operate the lottery applications. The system is designed to be secure, while also providing a quick and easy way to access data.

The results of the Singapore Lottery are released every Monday and Thursday at 6:30PM. These are announced online and in regional newspapers. Unlike some countries where lotteries are considered illegal, the Singapore Lottery is open to permanent residents, foreigners, and foreign tourists.