Introduction About IVIP9 Privacy Policy

Please understand the IVIP9 Privacy Policy fully and utilize it to make well-versed decisions. You can use your right to complain to your applicable data protection authority. However, please get in touch with us first in case you have any concerns.

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Legal Terms in Singapore for Online Gambling

  • It's not mentioned anywhere that condescending a gambling site is illegal in Singapore. 
  • The laws were written decades ago before the invention of the internet, so there is no way that you could find anything specifically mentioning the act of placing bets online.
  • Practically online gambling is neglected and brushed under the rug. 
  • Several Singaporens place bets over online gambling sites every day. 
  • Most betting sites usually accept customers from all over the world including Singapore. They also provide the facility to process deposits and withdrawals in Singaporean currency.

Use of Personal Data

The first type of information is gathered via services you use and interaction with the website. It is un-identified and non-identifiable information about a user(s), which may be made available by themselves.

We may also collect specific types of connection details and information concerning your device and hardware, such as IP addresses.

We also gathers the information about use of all the services, such as:

  • user activity
  • pages viewed
  • the amount of time spent on particular pages
  • online browsing 
  • clicks 
  • actions

The second type of information is Personal Information. It is individually identifiable information like Name, Number, whatsapp etc.

  • Where it is necessary for the legitimate interests (or those of a third party) and your interests and fundamental rights do not override those interests.
  • Where you have given us your specific consent for processing your data on a legal basis, we will always obtain your consent before sending third-party direct marketing communications to you via email.

We may also collect some of your Personal Information if you use the "Live Chat" feature on the website, depending on the level of information you provide and the nature of your query. We may also collect information such as your name, email address and interests/preferences if you register on the membership page and submit your picks.


We uses cookies and other technologies or methods of web analysis to gather, store, and track certain information related to your visit to and activity through the Services.

The piece of data stored on your computer contains information about user access to the websites are called cookies. Our trusted partners may use such cookies for various purposes.

  • Allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently
  • Enable automatic activation of certain features
  • Remembering your preferences 
  • Making the interaction between you and the Services quicker and easier.

You may remove the cookies by following your web browser's instructions; however, if you choose to disable cookies, some Service features may not operate properly, and your online experience may be limited. In addition, the website may run widgets, beacons and other technologies which collect mainly Non-personal Information connected to your browsing tendencies.

We use such technologies for routine operation, including collecting statistical data about your use of the Service and adapting the Service to your personal preferences.Third parties collect this information through such tracking technologies on our behalf. It helps to provide technical diagnostics and analytic tools.

Data Security

We have put in place appropriate security measures to prevent your data from being accidentally lost, used or accessed in an unauthorized way, altered or disclosed. In addition, we limit access to your data to those employees, agents, contractors and other third parties who have a business need to know.

They will only process your data on the instructions, and they are subject to a duty of confidentiality. We established procedures to deal with any suspected personal data breach. We will notify you and any applicable regulator of a breach where we are legally required to do so. We may revise this Privacy Policy from time to time, at the sole discretion, and update the most current version on the website.

Gambling in Singapore

It would appear that gambling was ‘brought’ to Singapore by Chinese merchants in the 19th century. Gambling, both legal and illegal forms, is very popular in Singapore.

Some forms of gambling, such as lotteries, casino games and horse racing, are legal in Singapore, whereas all forms of sports betting (at bookmakers) and online gambling are illegal. Gambling is legal only if a license or permit has been granted by the authorities – the Betting Control Unit of the Ministry of Finance.

Lotteries in Singapore are allowed under the Lotteries Act 1952. Currently, there are six legal lotteries (all privately owned) in Singapore). Alongside these, there exist several illegal lottery businesses and it was estimated that in 2018 ‘Singapore's illegal lottery business generated about 60 percent more revenue than the six legal operators combined’.

There is only one legal land-based casino in Singapore. This privately owned casino was set up in the 1970s in a very ‘Las Vegas style’ and is open 24 h a day but denies entry to Muslims and those under 21 years of age. This casino offers over 400 types of electronic table games, 3000 slot machines and 30 tables with games such as blackjack, tai sai, roulette and boule.

Horse racing was introduced in Singapore by the British during the 1800s and currently there are three racecourses and betting on horses is legal. All three racecourses are privately owned and are regulated by the Racing Act 1961. Despite being illegal, online gambling has been increasing in popularity over the past few years in Singapore. Betting on badminton and football (mostly English football – the Premier League) is immensely popular.

Technological advancements have made online gambling opportunities more accessible and more affordable. Although illegal, international betting sites accept customers from Singapore and process deposits and withdrawals in Singaporean Dollars (SGD, the Singaporen currency).

Gambling Laws in Singapore

There are three major legal frameworks that dictate gambling laws in Singapore: the Betting Act 1953, the Common Gaming Houses Act 1953. The Betting Act 1953 (with several further amendments) is the most important of these.

This Act bans all forms of gambling unless the company has a legal license to operate and covers telecommunications and other means of transmitting bets between customers and betting houses. As per this Act, anyone caught running a betting house or caught in one will be penalized with a SGD200 000 fine and 5 years in jail.

The Common Gaming Houses Act 1953 (with further amendments) is more inclusive than the Betting Act in its coverage of types of gambling. The Common Gaming Houses Act defines gaming as: ‘the playing of any game of chance or of mixed chance and skill for money or money's worth’.

In the 2020 budget plan for Singapore, the Finance Minister announced an increase in punishments for both illegal gamblers and gambling operators. The maximum penalty for those who gamble illegally was increased 20-fold, from SGD5000 to SGD100 000, and a minimum jail sentence of 6 months was introduced.

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