Lottery Singapore to Benefit Charity

Lottery Singapore

The government of Singapore has prepared a plan to introduce a lottery in Singapore to benefit charity. This plan includes a daily draw held at Singapore Pools’ headquarters. It was first proposed by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in 2016. Singaporeans have long enjoyed lottery games, as these provide a means of supporting causes while also providing individuals with the opportunity to win money. This new plan has a number of benefits for both players and charities.

Players can buy a ticket for $1, or choose six numbers from one to 49. In each draw, seven numbers are drawn: six winning numbers, plus an Additional number. Matching three or more winning numbers will earn the player a prize. However, the price increases as more winning numbers match the drawn numbers. The jackpot prize is awarded to the player who has six matching numbers. For more information, visit Lottery Singapore. After playing, don’t forget to share your good fortune with your friends.

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