Lottery Singapore is a state-owned lottery subsidiary company in Singapore. It is owned by the Tote Board, a statutory board under the Ministry of Finance. Since 1 May 2004, it is the sole legal bookmaker and totalisator for association football and motor racing betting.
There are several types of lottery in Singapore, including 4-D, Toto, football and Singapore Sweep. These are regulated by the Singapore Government and are considered to be an “accepted form of recreation” here.
The most popular forms of lottery are 4-D and Toto. They are sold by authorised outlets and livewire venues, as well as online.
It is important to read the rules and regulations of the lottery before entering or claiming a prize. It is also important to understand the payout structure, including the winning amount and prize schedule.
You must be over eighteen (18) years of age to purchase a Ticket and to claim a Prize under these Rules. If you are under 18 years of age, you must obtain the written consent of your parent or guardian before entering or claiming a Prize under these Rules.
These Rules are designed to protect the rights and interests of all players in The Singapore Sweep Lottery Game. They contain all the relevant information about the Singapore Sweep Lottery, the prizes offered and the procedures for claiming a Prize.
A migrant Indian worker in Singapore has become the latest jackpot winner after he won a S$2.3-million (US$1.7-million) prize in the latest Singapore Sweep lottery on September 6. His lucky ticket, along with pictures of him and his winning cheque, have gone viral online.