SINGAPORE — With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, more people have been spending on their favorite gambling games. This is reflected in the booming results for Singapore Pools’ lottery and sports betting products. The statutory gambling operator recorded 9.2 billion dollars in bets for the last financial year, ending this past March.
Singapore Pools is the organizer of a wide variety of lotteries including 4D, Toto, and Big Sweep. While the former takes a unique spin on traditional lotteries, the latter follows a more common standard. In this article, we will take a closer look at the Toto Lottery and how it functions as well as some tips that you might want to keep in mind if you’re interested in increasing your odds of winning.
Toto is a legal form of gambling established in 1968 in Singapore by the state-owned lottery subsidiary company known as Singapore Pools. It is also referred to by different names elsewhere in the world.
Toto is a game in which players buy a ticket for a fixed amount of money and hope to win the jackpot prize by matching all six numbers drawn. The draw is held every Monday and Thursday at 6:30 pm in Singapore time. During this period, there are also cascade draws where additional numbers can be added to the prize pool. The odds of winning the grand prize are 1 in 5.5 million. Despite these staggering odds, many Singaporeans are keen on participating in the lottery, and the government has even gone as far as to regulate it.