Lottery Singapore is a government-run authorised betting operator and authorised lottery promoter for 4-D, Toto, and Singapore Sweep. It also operates horse races and sports bets like football and motor racing. It is governed by The Tote Board, which is a statutory body that regulates gambling activities in Singapore.
Singapore Pools’ Toto lottery jackpot usually goes above a million dollars, and the prize money for 4D varies by the number of digits that match. The winning amount is also determined by the total bet placed, the type of bet, and the prize category. In the case of a tie, the prize is divided equally between all winners.
In a recent post on a closed Facebook group, a woman from Singapore claimed that she won more than S$200,000 after getting her colleague to place a Toto bet on her behalf. The prize money, however, was never given to her. The post was shared as a warning to others against asking a friend to make a Toto bet for them, especially if they’re planning on cashing in on a win.
While Singapore Pools doesn’t disclose the identities of lottery winners, there are ways that punters can remain anonymous when purchasing tickets online. One way is to use a VPN or proxy server, which will ensure that your IP address isn’t from another country. Another option is to buy your tickets through an authorized dealer, which will track your location and block any purchases from outside the country. This is an important step to take if you want to play the Toto lottery online, as it prevents fraudulent activity from taking place.