The Lottery Singapore site is easy to navigate and is suitable for all devices, from desktops to mobile phones. It is important to check your phone’s compatibility with the site, however. You can also play online poker on your mobile phone if you have the proper software and computer memory. This way, you can play your favorite lottery game even without a desktop or laptop.
You can find the results of previous draws and sign up for email alerts. The website also features the latest General Progress Report and links to physical outlets. You can also download the Lottery Singapore app for your phone. If you’re a first-time player, you can opt for the Toto game that offers a top prize of $2 million. It is also recommended to try Super Lotto, which gives you higher chances of winning.
The Singapore Pools branch conducts 4-D draws every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. These draws are open to anyone above the age of 18 years old. The draws are overseen by five draw officials and an independent external auditor. The selected draw balls are weighed before being drawn so that their chances of winning are equal.
The TOTO lottery was introduced in Singapore on June 9, 1968. The first game was a 5/49 format, and snowballing was introduced in 1981. In May 1986, the lottery became computerized and was offered on the internet. In the early 1990s, it was shifted to a 6/42 format. This format changed again in 1997 and became online in 2016.