Singapore Pools Review

Singapore Pools was established by the Singapore government in 1968 as an official government-owned organisation to operate the national lottery and sports/horse racing betting services, with profits going to charities and community development projects. A subsidiary of Tote Board (a statutory body under Ministry of Finance), this organisation offers pre-printed lotteries like Toto and Singapore Sweep as well as four-digit number game Singapore Pools; football/motor racing betting options can also be found under its portfolio.

In 2019, the company collected close to S$9bn in total revenue. A majority was returned back to winning ticket holders while 5% went directly into charity and community development projects through Tote Board projects. Furthermore, this company invests heavily in its employees through training programmes designed to hone skills and broaden experiences.

Singapore Pools is an online sportsbook offering bettors a comprehensive selection of events to bet on, with an intuitive user-friendly interface accessible from iOS and Android devices. Furthermore, live-betting streaming capabilities allow bettors to place bets while the game is in progress – it is safe and licensed by an established gambling authority for added assurance of service provision.

Signing up for a Singapore Pools account is free and takes less than 10 minutes, provided applicants present their NRIC or FIN number and proof of address to verify their identity. Afterward, applicants have two registration options – MyInfo with Singpass or online form registration (MyInfo being quicker and easier); alternatively they can visit one of Singapore Pools outlets directly and submit identity documents directly to staff members.

Once registered, you’ll gain access to Singapore Pools’ official online betting service – one that allows bettors to wager on Lotteries, Sports, and Horse Racing without giving access to eSports games. In addition, this account allows users to set monthly betting limits while showing current balance and up to 6 months’ transaction history.

Singapore Pools makes it easy to check the results of their draws by providing access to their website immediately after the event has concluded. If you don’t have Internet connectivity, their outlets generally post results shortly thereafter – results usually announced around 8 am. If you are lucky enough to win something in a draw be sure to keep the ticket as you must collect your prize within 90 days from its draw date in person and ensure it has been signed by authorized outlet staff.