Lottery Singapore’s Digital Transformation

Lottery Singapore

Lottery Singapore is a national lottery run by the state-owned operator, Singapore Pools. The company offers a variety of lottery games including Toto, which has the highest jackpot prize of any other lottery game in the country. Interested players can purchase tickets online or at any of the participating outlets. In addition, the lottery website also offers the option of watching live draws and receiving results via e-mail.

The company’s latest digital transformation project aims to keep up with gaming trends and ensure compliance with strict regulatory standards. In order to achieve this goal, it implemented the OpenChat Integrated (OCI) platform from IGT Global Services.

OCI was chosen because of its open source architecture, flexible customization options, and scalability. It also features an easy-to-use interface that allows players to easily navigate and place bets. In addition, OCI offers multi-lingual support and a dedicated team to handle customer queries.

Toto first began in 1968 as a hand-drawn lottery but has evolved since then. In 1981, the lottery switched to a progressive jackpot structure where the prize amount increases every week until it is won. Today, the lottery is a popular form of gambling in Singapore and can be played at various locations. Buying Toto tickets is simple and only requires a Singapore dollar.