After months of hurdles, Allwyn has finally received the fourth license to operate Britain’s National Lottery. The Czech operator was selected as the successor of the incumbent operator, Camelot, in March. However, the latter company put up a tough resistance against the licensing of Allwyn as the next National Lottery
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Camelot, the current operator of Britain’s National Lottery is concerned about losing the license bid to Allwyn. Devastated by its loss, the former company presented its case to the court, claiming that the United Kingdom’s Gambling Commission has been unfair. During one of the latest days of the trial, Camelot