Gambling Commission names rival Allwyn as its preferred applicant to take over licence

Camelot is to lose its licence to run the UK national lottery after 28 years as the Gambling Commission named rival Allwyn as its preferred applicant to take over.

Allwyn, which is owned by the Czech group Szaka, Europe’s largest lottery operator, is expected to take over from Camelot in 2024.

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