Lotter Singapore is a popular gambling form that consists of randomly drawing numbers to win a prize. It is legal in Singapore and minors can buy tickets only from a licensed merchant.
The first lottery was introduced in 1968, and since then it has become one of the most popular games on the island. Its jackpot starts at S$1 million and can roll over up to four times before being won by someone who matches all six main numbers drawn. It is also known for its snowballing feature, which increases the prize amount each time it rolls over until it is won by a lucky winner.
It is owned and operated by Singapore Pools, which has been in operation since 1968. It is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore.
There are three types of lottery in Singapore: 4-D, Toto and Singapore Sweep. Each is operated differently, so it is important to know how to play the game.
4D is a fixed-odds game that draws numbers from Germany, Malaysia and Singapore and is owned by Singapore Pools. It is sold in stores or national authorized retailers for $3 per ticket. The winning number is announced every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 6.30 pm (SG time).
Toto is a game that was established in 1968. It is also owned and operated by Singapore Pools, the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. It has a minimum price of $1,000 and a maximum of $2.3 million. The winners are notified via email and social media.