The Lottery Singapore is a lottery that can be played online, in retail outlets, and on mobile phones. Players pick six numbers from one to 49 and if they match, they win the jackpot. The online lottery also lets players view past draws and check out previous winners. If you’ve won, you can claim your prize straight away.
The cheapest ticket costs $1 GST included. It has a jackpot prize of S$1 million. However, the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 54. The jackpot rolls down if there are no winners for four consecutive draws. If no winner is selected, the prize pool is shared among the winners of lower tier prizes.
The Toto game was first launched in Singapore on June 9, 1968. In 1981, the top prices were increased and the game was made computerized. The game was offered online on May 19, 1986. It was originally sold as a five-digit game, but it was reformed to a 6/49 format in 1988. This format was a success, but in 2014, the lottery went online.
The Singapore Lottery is a great option for those who are looking to gamble in Singapore. While the odds are generally high, there are also some risks. If you’re unfamiliar with the rules, you could end up losing your money or getting cheated. So be sure to learn about the lottery before you play.