IGT Signs Deal With Lottery Singapore

Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. It sells tickets online and at retailers. They offer a small bet and a large bet. In addition, they have a Sweep, which has a wide range of prizes.

IGT Global Services signed a six-year deal with Singapore Pools to provide the lottery system. The Aurora central system will power lottery gaming for Singapore Pools.

Singapore Pools (Private) Limited is a government-owned company that manages the Lottery. Their main branch is located in Singapore.

Toto is a lottery game that is legally played in Singapore. Players select seven numbers from a pool of 1 to 49. The prize varies according to the number of tickets sold at the time of the drawing. For example, the first prize is SG$3,000. However, the jackpot is rolled over if there is no winner in four consecutive draws.

IGT’s newest partnership with Singapore Pools will give players more choices. They will have access to the Aurora central system and the Navigator, a software that allows users to view and operate lottery applications. Additionally, IGT will deploy Aurora Anywhere, an external application gateway that connects to the core lottery system.

The Aurora central system is a plug and play solution that offers fast analysis of lottery data. It also supports a large volume of daily transactions. This will enable Singapore Pools to provide a secure and reliable environment for their customers.

A recent survey conducted by the National Council on Problem Gambling showed that 44% of Singaporeans had placed bets in the past year. This is the lowest rate among the countries.