This will allow you to fund foreign betting accounts in SGD. How it works is like this: Once your Skrill account is funded you can deposit these funds into any online betting site via their cashier. In Singapore the most common odds format used is European Odds decimal odds , which is the primary format of SG Pools and is supported by ALL foreign online betting sites. So if the odds are 1. If you enjoy betting Asian football , English premiership, Serie A or any other worldwide soccer league, one of the best sites for Singapore is Dafabet.
This Asian bookie is an industry leader for live in-play football betting and has some of the best odds on Asian handicaps. Right now, you can legally place bets on the following websites:. So those of you who once harboured dreams of becoming professional poker players, sorry, but poker and casino-style games will not be on the menu.
Anybody who used to engage in online soccer betting or was an avid poker fan would have noticed that, all of a sudden in , all your favourite online gambling sites got blocked. We have our beloved Remote Gambling Act to thank for that. Neither does the fact that these betting websites are based overseas make you immune in any way. Any Singapore-based remote gambling services are, as you would expect, illegal, not just for the bookies but also for customers.
The odds offered might not be as good as what you used to get on LiveBet. Share your experiences in the comments! The post Online Betting in Singapore: Allowing punters to place their bets online would make betting more convenient - and lead to a whole host of other problems, social workers warned. Especially among the younger generation who lack self discipline, there's also the danger of debt issues," said Ms Deborah Queck, 48, who counsels gambling addicts at Eternal Grace Community Services.
We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. Skip to main content. Posed photograph of a man looking at the Singapore Pools website on a tablet. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 15, , with the headline 'Legal online betting may be available soon'.