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Lottery Singapore

Lottery Singapore is a legal betting venue and it requires a sophisticated central system to support the daily transactions. To meet these demands, Lottery Singapore selected IGT’s Aurora lottery solution. The Aurora system offers high reliability and supports large volume transactions. It also offers the Aurora Navigator, which provides a centralized management platform for all lottery applications. Aurora Data Connector provides plug-and-play data integration, and Aurora Anywhere provides a secure gateway for connecting external applications to the core lottery system.

The Singapore Sweep game was first drawn in 1969 and is operated by Singapore Pools. It includes 19 seven-digit numbers and the winner can win up to $2.3 million. The game is played on the first Wednesday of every month and tickets can be purchased at Singapore Pools for $3. If the final two digits of the player’s ticket match any of the nine winning two-digit numbers, he or she will receive $6.

The odds of winning the Singapore lottery vary depending on several factors. The more tickets you purchase, the higher the odds. Buying three tickets a week will improve your chances of winning the jackpot by up to one in fourteen million. However, playing all the lotto numbers will lower your odds to one in 54. If no winner is announced for four consecutive draws, the jackpot rolls down to the next drawing.

Toto was first launched in Singapore in 1968. In 1981, snowballing was introduced and the top prize increased. In May 1986, Toto was introduced in a computerized format. Its original five-by-49 matrix was changed to six-by-49. It also added a HongBao draw and a Millenium Draw in 1999. In 2016, the Toto game went online.