Singapore Pools was established as a state-owned company in 1968 to administer Singapore’s national lottery, sports, and horse racing betting activities. All profits generated are distributed back into society via charitable causes; their products include pre-printed lottery game Toto, number games 4D, football/motor racing betting odds as well as Poolz Connect which allows customers to purchase tickets anytime anywhere!
To take advantage of Singapore Pools services, first register an account online or in person at one of its branches and provide proof of identity. After registration, you will be given a membership ID card and PIN that allows you to log into your account to place bets and watch live telecasts of games – with up to six months’ transaction history available and multiple bet types to select when placing wagers.
Singapore Pools’ online gaming and sportsbook, mobile applications for iOS and Android devices, as well as its commitment to offering safe environments for its users while adhering to strict ethical standards are monitored by the Singapore government and are available exclusively in Singapore.
Singapore Pools’ primary mission is responsible gambling promotion by encouraging punters to set limits and avoid chasing big wins. Furthermore, free counselling and educational programs for problem gamblers are available and staff trained specifically in this area are always ready and waiting to assist customers with any concerns related to problem gambling.
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Registering a Singapore Pools account requires being aged 21 or above with either a National Registration Identification Card (NRIC) or foreign ID card, along with local phone number and residential address details as well as a valid Singapore bank account number. Deposit and withdraw funds via bank link or eNETS or cash at Singapore Pools branches. There may be fees involved when depositing funds, so be sure to consult your bank before depositing any cash. Additionally, your ticket should never contain scribblings or drawings as these will be verified when collecting your prize from outlets. To make sure it remains genuine and ensure its security code and barcode remain readable at any time during collection; additionally, remember to collect it within 90 days from its date of draw!