Singapore Pools to resume online sports betting, horse wagering for overseas races

Singapore Pools to take over horse-betting operations from Turf Club
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SINGAPORE — Singapore Pools will resume online sports betting from Monday (15 June), after suspending its services since the start of the COVID-19 circuit breaker period in April.

In a media release on Sunday, it also announced that online horse wagering for overseas races will resume on Wednesday.

However, all Singapore Pools branches, authorised retailers, Livewire venues and off-course betting centres will remain closed until further notice. All lottery draws (4D, Toto, Singapore Sweep) and prize payments will also remain suspended.

Singapore Pools said that when prize payment services resume, an announcement will be made for the extension of prize-winning tickets for lottery draws, sports and horse racing events held between 10 October 2019 and 5 April 2020.

For latest information on upcoming events, please refer to the Singapore Pools website. For further enquiries, please call its customer service hotline at 6786-6688 or email

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