Lottery Singapore Managed by IGT

Lottery Singapore

The Singapore government manages the Lottery Singapore. In contrast to many countries, the Singapore Lottery is not managed by a private company. However, the company has a solid reputation and can provide performance-driving solutions. According to Jay Gendron, Chief Operating Officer, Global Lottery, IGT’s Aurora central system offers flexibility, innovation, and reliability to support a significant volume of daily transactions. Singapore Pools will receive ongoing support and training from IGT for its lottery applications.

In order to win the lottery, players select six numbers from one to 49. The lowest price ticket is $1. Each draw features seven numbers – six winning numbers and one additional number. If three or more of their numbers match any of the winning numbers, the player wins. As the player purchases more tickets, the price rises. The jackpot prize goes to the player who’s selected six numbers. The prize is $500,000, which is shared by the winners.

Singapore Pools, the only legal lottery operator in Singapore, operates under the brand name Toto. Established in 1986, Toto is the second most popular form of gambling in the country. Players can purchase Toto tickets from multiple outlets throughout the country. Toto has the largest jackpot in Singapore. Singapore residents can play both online and in-person. If you’re in Singapore, you’ll be able to find the Toto ticket you want at any of the outlets.