The Singapore lottery, also known as Toto or the Totalisator Board in other countries, is a game of chance where players choose six numbers from one to 49 and place a minimum bet of S$1 per line. To win, you must match three of the winning numbers in a single draw. The prize money in Toto is established by a percentage of the total ticket sales for each drawing.
The game has not changed much since its inception in 1968. It was only in the early 2000s that organizers restructured the game, made it more attractive to players and introduced new methods of number drawings. The result was that Toto has remained the most popular lottery in Singapore to this day.
Toto is a four-digit lottery game run by Singapore Pools, a government-owned company. The game is easy to play and you can make a bet as little as $1 or go big with higher-priced tickets called System Entry. You can also select multiple numbers for a bet, which increases your chances of winning. The winners are announced several times a week and the prizes are paid out in a variety of ways.
A person is deemed to conduct a lottery in Singapore if they carry on any activity in the form of a lottery that meets all the following requirements: