The Singapore Sweep was established in 1969 and is run by the Singapore Pools. The results are drawn on the first Wednesday of each month. The winning ticket can win a minimum of $1,000 and a maximum prize of $2.3 million. Players must match at least three of the six numbers to win a prize.
In addition to the Singapore Pools, the Lottery Singapore organizes other games, such as Toto and 4D, which are played by the public. These games are played with numbers randomly chosen from 0000 to 9999. The results of the Singapore Lottery are announced every Monday and Thursday at 6 PM. Online lottery tickets are available as well, making it easy for players to get in on the action. Players can also purchase multiple tickets at once to increase their chances of winning.
The Singapore Pools operates a network of more than 300 outlets nationwide, including a telephone and online gambling service. Sports betting is a staple in Singapore and is probably one of the country’s oldest forms of entertainment. In fact, it dates back before the first Olympics were held. In addition to horse racing, the Singapore Pools offers betting on many other sports.
The Toto lottery is a popular game in Singapore and around the world. Launched by Singapore Pools in 1968, this game has a progressive jackpot that continues to rise until a winner is found. In fact, the jackpot can increase as many as four times. Once a jackpot winner is selected, the prize money cascades down to the next category.