#Set for Life

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In March, the @GamRegGB awarded the license to @allwynuk, ending Camelot’s 28-year run as the lottery operator. 🧐

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Camelot secures Court of Appeal date as National Lottery transition suspension returns

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In-Depth: Legal update: Camelot, potential damages and the battle for the National Lottery

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Urgent warning for lottery players as unclaimed jackpot expires next WEEK

The Set For Life prize is up for grabs. The deadline for claiming it is next week. Three other £1m jackpots expire in July. Brits would buy flashy home upgrades and jet-setting holidays if they won the EuroMillions. A psychiatrist warned that winning the lottery could change your life for the worse. It's better to keep the money a secret. One woman kept the secret even though she won £2.2m a decade ago.
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Urgent warning for lottery players as unclaimed jackpot expires next WEEK

National Lottery LIVE: £4.5m Lotto jackpot winner's charity investigated by watchdog over alleged 'financial misconduct'

Barry Chuwen won £4.5m in 1997 and invested it in commercial premises. He also set up The Teddy Bear Foundation with his wife Jenny in 2004. Charity spent £500k on taking children with special needs to Disneyland Paris and providing them with riding lessons, massage sessions and sensory gardens. OSCR are investigating payments made by the charity to a company connected to one of its trustees last year. They have taken action to prevent the property owned by charity being sold.
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National Lottery LIVE: £4.5m Lotto jackpot winner's charity investigated by watchdog over alleged 'financial misconduct'

Camelot will cease to exist if it loses National Lottery licence, it claims to High Court

Camelot UK Ltd. is challenging the Gambling Commission's decision to give the fourth national lottery licence to Allwyn Entertainment. The company is based in the Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Greece and Cyprus. It is Europe's largest lottery operator and has already fought off three competitors to operate the draw. The High Court will hear the case in two days. If the ban is lifted, Allyn Entertainment can go ahead with its plan to take over the lottery by February 2024. Two other companies have also filed claims against the commission. They are Camelot Global and IGT, who provide the technology for the National Lottery licence.
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Camelot will cease to exist if it loses National Lottery licence, it claims to High Court

Fate of National Lottery in legal showdown this week as Camelot fights to hold on to licence

Camelot has been running the National Lottery since 1994. The Gambling Commission wants to issue Allwyn Entertainment with a 10-year licence to take over the lottery. Camelot is challenging the decision in the High Court. Allyn Entertainment is owned by a billionaire Karel Komarek. It was selected as the preferred bidder for the country's biggest public sector contract on February 25 this year. The fourth National lottery licence period begins in February 2024. A stay on the application is currently in place.
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Fate of National Lottery in legal showdown this week as Camelot fights to hold on to licence

Camelot set to lose National Lottery licence after 30 years

Camelot will lose its licence to operate the National Lottery after almost 30 years. Czech lottery operator Allwyn is the preferred applicant to take over the venture in 2024. The company has pledged to more than double donations to good causes to £38billion over next decade. It is owned by Karel Komarek, who has been accused of having links with Russian-state energy giant Gazprom. Camelot has operated the lottery since its launch in 1994. The first draw was presented by Noel Edmonds. More than 20 million people watched the first National lottery draw.
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Camelot set to lose National Lottery licence after 30 years

National Lottery: Instant win for Torfaen man

Mr. S from Torfaen has won £300,000 on the Monopoly Spin Instant Win Game from The National Lottery. Mr.S is one of eight million players that win different cash prizes each week on The Lotteries' range of games.
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National Lottery: Instant win for Torfaen man

Windsor Man Scores Major Triple Million Win

Glenn Weitz from Windsor has won CA$3 million from a Triple Millions scratch-off ticket. The odds for winning the main prize are 3,109,875 to one in 6,219,750 depending on location.
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Windsor Man Scores Major Triple Million Win