Camelot's monopoly under threat as National Lottery is put up for tender

The Gambling Commission has begun the hunt for bidders to take over the National Lottery operating licence, putting Camelot’s long-term monopoly under threat. 

Camelot's current licence was last renewed in 2009 and is set to end in 2023.

The Gambling Commission, which regulates the National Lottery and the UK gambling industry, has established an Expert Advisory Group and specialist team to design the fourth licence competition and shape the future of the National Lottery after 2023.

Read the full article at The Telegraph.

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