To play the lottery in Singapore, players choose six numbers from one to 49. The price of a ticket starts at $1, and increases with the number of numbers chosen. If three or more of their numbers match the winning numbers, they win. The price of a ticket increases as more numbers match the winning numbers. The jackpot prize goes to the player who matches all six numbers. In addition to the jackpot prize, players can also win other prizes, including cash.
The IGT Aurora system will be used to run the Singapore Pools’ business, including ticket sales. The system will include the Aurora Navigator, Data Connector, and Aurora Anywhere. These new tools will be the cornerstone of the lottery operator’s operations and provide enhanced game play for Singapore’s players. In addition to the Aurora Anywhere platform, Lottery Singapore will also deploy the Aurora system across its retail sites. The new system will provide a unified lottery experience for the gaming industry, while enabling the operator to use a single system for all its operations.
While lotteries in other countries are illegal, the Singaporean government considers them as legitimate forms of gambling. The government does not allow minors to purchase tickets and only permits them to buy them from licensed merchants. Lottery Singapore offers three main types of games: 4D, 3D, and 8D. 4D draws are conducted by Singapore Pools, and results are announced on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. The results of these draws are announced on the following day, so you’ll have a chance to be a winner.