The Singapore Lottery is the only legal gambling game in the country. It was first launched in 1968. Since then it has grown to become one of the most popular games in the country.
One of the main attractions of the lottery is its jackpot. The prize is progressive and grows by up to four times the original value. However, the odds of winning are not too high. To win, you must be able to match all six numbers drawn on your ticket.
In addition to the jackpot, there are other prizes that you can win. These include cash, a pot prize, and a number of other prizes. You can play online or in a local store.
The Singapore Lottery is operated by the government and is free to play. There is a mobile friendly website that is easy to use. Users can sign up for e-mail alerts and purchase tickets.
The lottery is conducted every Thursday at 6.30pm. Results are published on the official website. The results are also published in regional newspapers.
The lottery website offers a lot of useful tools to help players monitor the results. It is easy to navigate and users can sign up for alerts. They can also find a list of latest draws.
Players have a chance of winning up to S$12 million. If they do win, they can claim their prize at a certified payout location.
The lottery is regulated by the Tote Board. This is a statutory body that regulates all lotteries in Singapore.