Lottery Singapore is a state-owned lottery operator and the sole legal bookmaker in Singapore. It operates three lotteries – Toto, 4D and Singapore Sweep – and is regulated by the Tote Board.

The Tote Board is a statutory body under the Ministry of Finance that oversees Lottery Singapore. It also regulates gambling operators, including casinos and public entertainment venues.

Toto is one of the most popular games offered by Lottery Singapore. Players select six numbers from a pool of 49 to win the jackpot prize. The game has two draws a week and it costs 1 dollar per ticket.

There are a few ways to play Toto, and each way comes with its own set of rules and restrictions. It is advisable to read these before playing the game.

Online Toto is available through a variety of websites, but it is important to read the terms and conditions before making a purchase. Moreover, you should avoid buying tickets from unknown sources.

Unlike most lotteries, Singapore Toto has no bonus or additional numbers and has only a fixed jackpot. This means that the chances of winning the jackpot are extremely slim.

The Singapore Sweep is another popular game offered by Lottery Singapore. It has a jackpot prize of at least $1 million. However, the prize usually exceeds this amount.

Mr Chua said that he was concerned about the rise in problem gambling and that he had directed the company to place measures in place to ensure that individuals do not engage in gambling activities that may be detrimental to their well-being. These measures include family exclusion orders and the use of helpline services and web chats.