Day: March 1, 2024

The Winner of the $13 Million Jackpot in TOTO LotteryThe Winner of the $13 Million Jackpot in TOTO Lottery

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Singapore resident Sze Kiau Tiong won an impressive $13 Million Jackpot Prize this week at TOTO! She or he purchased their Quick Pick ticket from Rangoon Provision Shop in Race Course Road.

TOTO has experienced success since relaunching in 2014. Since 1981, snowballing feature allowed prize amounts to grow until one is won; System Entry option permitted players to select their numbers before each drawing; and Snowballing option enabled snowballs of prize amounts.

TOTO’s relaunch was part of an initiative to revitalize Singapore’s gaming industry, home to several land-based casinos and electronic sports (eSports). Under its new format, TOTO can offer larger prizes and jackpots while still maintaining winning chances.

The Singapore Literature Prize has opened submissions for its 2024 cycle, which will focus on children’s literature. As Singapore’s highest literary award, winners receive both cash prizes and an engraved trophy.

Other changes include a new translation category to recognize works written in Chinese, English or Malay; debut writing will now be recognized with all shortlisted works eligible for this honor; Readers’ Favourite award has been discontinued; previous winners included poet Marylyn Tan, historian Wang Gungwu, Malay-language author Suratman Markasan and Tamil author Rma cureess.

On Tuesday evening, the winners of the third Earthshot Prize awards were revealed during an awards ceremony hosted by Prince William, Cate Blanchett and Ted Lasso host Hannah Waddingham. Prince William stated that solutions presented by Earthshot Prize finalists showed there is hope despite global environmental challenges.

MAP (Malaysian and Asian Performance) Awards honour medalists of Team Singapore at major games events like SEA Games, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games and Olympic Games. Sponsored by Tote Board and featuring cash payouts depending on events attended and medal won, as well as benefits like Tour exemption and key event berths; award recipients can even transfer some rewards directly back into national sports associations as development support; the inaugural recipient who competed at 2018 SEA Games will even qualify for up to 16.5 Olympic World Gender Ranking Points transfer!