Camelot Achieves European Lotteries and World Lottery Association Responsible Gaming Certifications for Fifth Time
UK’s National Lottery operator Camelot has announced that it has achieved the European Lotteries (EL) Responsible Gaming Certification, as well as Level 4 of the World Lottery Association’s (WLA) Responsible Gaming Certification, for a fifth time.
In total, Camelot has now held the prestigious accreditations – each of which last for three years – for 12 years, having been one of the first ever operators to be accredited.
The responsible gaming certifications from leading industry bodies, EL and WLA, help ensure that members of these organisations – such as Camelot and other lottery operators worldwide – operate their licensed lotteries with the highest standards of player protection and safety.
“We’re incredibly pleased to have achieved the European Lotteries and World Lottery Association’s Responsible Gaming Certifications for a fifth consecutive time. At the end of this cycle, it will be a decade-and-a-half that we’ve held these highly respected certifications. We take a lot of pride in that, as well as the fact that we’ve been accredited from day one of the inception of the certifications. We firmly believe that this sets us apart and evidences our leadership role in this space,” Nigel Railton, CEO of Camelot, said.
“But we also know that our work in this area is never finished, despite everything we’ve achieved. We plan to continue working hard on our healthy play credentials and driving up our own high standards, keeping National Lottery players at the heart of everything we do,” Nigel Railton added.