The official lottery of Singapore is free to play and is available at retail outlets, online, and on mobile devices. To win, players choose six numbers from 1 to 49 and match at least three of them to win the jackpot prize. Results are published online and players can check the results for their chosen numbers instantly. The official website also includes news, tips on playing responsibly, and a schedule of daily draws.
Toto was first introduced in Singapore on June 9, 1968. In 1981, the top price increased and snowballing was added. On May 19, 1986, Toto became a computerized game. It started out with a 5/49 format and changed to a 6/42 format in 1988. Later, it changed to 6/45 and eventually went online. It is one of the most popular games in the country. Ticket holders can check the lucky number report to see how much they have won.
The lottery website is convenient, fast, and safe. Players can buy individual or pooled tickets, and even subscribe to an email alert service to get notifications of winning numbers. The website also offers other features like previous draws, ticket weight, and chat with lottery agents. This helps players to be well-informed and increase their odds of winning.
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