Singapore Pools Review

Singapore Pools was first established by the government to combat triads and illegal gambling operators on 23 May 1968. Today it stands as one of the most trusted and appreciated companies in Singapore with an emphasis on safe gaming, providing relevant and exciting experiences to its players while upholding principles such as respect, innovation, customer service excellence and community commitment.

Temasek Holdings operates this company wholly-owned subsidiary as its official lottery operator for Singapore, operating 4D, Toto and Singapore Sweep as well as sports betting via their agent the Singapore Turf Club. As legal bookmaker/totalisators for association football betting and motor racing betting in addition to being Singapore’s official lotto operator.

Singapore Pools also provides online services beyond its traditional betting stations, including the eBetSlip app on which customers can formulate and place bets through their smartphones. Customers can check their account balance and history, alter product preferences as well as opt for self-exclusion from online betting. They can even purchase and redeem Singapore Pools products at select online stores.

At one time, betting on Singapore Pools games could only be done at their physical outlets – leading to long and winding queues at each big draw like Chinese New Year. To reduce inconvenience and avoid such scenarios, Singapore Pools launched their website which allows punters to buy tickets online while skipping lengthy queues at its traditional betting outlets.

This user-friendly site boasts a straightforward design that makes navigating it straightforward. Users can deposit funds quickly and choose their payment method of preference, plus there are various promotions and welcome offers available that ensure punters can bet easily while increasing their odds of success.

Singapore Pools also offers a mobile application, free for download. Customers can take their favorite games anywhere with them using this mobile application and place bets using convenient and quick payment methods – it works on iOS and Android devices!

Singapore Pools provides multiple payment methods, including credit and debit cards, eNETS and bank transfers. There are fees associated with some options – bank link deposits incur a transaction fee of $0.10 while payments via eNETS incur an extra $0.80 transaction fee. Their website features detailed guides on each type of payment they offer while customer service team are always ready to answer any queries about how best to use each form of payment.