Singapore Pools is a state-owned lottery and sports betting company. It operates 97 Singapore Pools outlets (including live betting branches). You can bet on a variety of lotteries, including 4D, TOTO, and Singapore Sweep. You can also place bets on horse races. The company has a wide range of payment options, including cash and credit cards.
You can also sign up for a Singapore Pools online sportsbook account. The website is easy to navigate and the registration process is quick and simple. Just enter your personal data, such as your nomenclature and country. Then, type in your contact details and check the box to confirm that you have read and accepted the terms of the site. Then, you can proceed to the next step.
The Singapore Pools sportsbook has a number of different payment methods, including credit and debit cards. You can also use your Singapore Pools online account to place bets on in-play games and stream live matches. You can even bet on live events using your mobile phone!
In addition to these payment methods, Singapore Pools also offers its customers customer support. You can contact them via email or by telephone to discuss any problems you may have while using the site. The staff at Singapore Pools are always happy to help!
The company is working on a major digitalisation project to keep up with gaming trends and prevent leakage to illegal gambling operators while maintaining strict regulatory standards. It has already achieved significant milestones in its journey, including a successful transition to a modern IT architecture that will enable it to address complex issues faster. It is a huge leap from the previous system, which was fragmented and not integrated with other applications, making it difficult to troubleshoot.
Another milestone was the launch of iTOTO and Group TOTO, two new ways to share a bet on a lotto game with friends and family. The company was also awarded international accreditation for high standard information security and integrity controls in December. It also launched iShine Cloud, a collaborative non-profit IT social enterprise between Singapore Pools and the National Council of Social Service to provide a suite of social service sector-specific software via a secure cloud-based platform at a subsidised rate.
To set up a bank link, you can visit any Singapore Pools outlet and submit your NRIC or official document with your FIN. You can also do it online by submitting the Request for Direct Debit Payment Authorisation Application. Withdrawals and deposits via bank link are instantaneous. However, withdrawals by cheque or cash are only available if you have a physical IC and do not use the Singpass Digital IC that is used for all government agencies and telco operators. You can also mail the form to Singapore Pools to apply for a bank link.