The Singapore lottery is a form of gambling that offers players the chance to win large sums of money. It is operated by Singapore Pools, which is the country’s only legal lottery operator. There are several different types of lottery games, and you can play them online or at local retail outlets. These games can be addictive, and you should exercise caution when playing them.
In order to participate in the Singapore Lottery, you must purchase a ticket. The ticket must correctly match the winning numbers in order to win a prize. The prize amounts vary depending on the number of digits you match and the category in which your number falls. You can claim your prize up to 180 days after the draw.
The most popular Singapore lottery game is Toto, which features a jackpot that starts at $1 million. In addition to the jackpot, the game also has three other prize tiers. The odds of winning the top prize are 1 in 54. However, the prizes for the first four prize tiers will roll over to the next drawing if there are no winners. This is known as snowballing, and it increases the chances of a player winning the jackpot. You can find more information about the rules of the Singapore lottery at the official website of Singapore Pools. The rules are enforceable in Singapore, and any disputes relating to the Company’s lottery operations will be subject to non-exclusive jurisdiction.