National Lottery sees sharp drop in annual revenues amid ongoing cost-of-living crisis
According to a report in The Guardian, Camelot Group attributed the drop to punters “tightening their belts” amid an increasingly volatile economy and the ongoing cost of living crisis. The Watford-headquartered operator also said sales of instant scratch cards fell by 7% year-on-year to around £3.4 billion, while online revenues fell by 2.6%.
jackpot was worth £11.5 million
Saturday’s jackpot was worth £11.5 million; no one won it and the money rolled down to a player with a lucky number. That player scored £1.1 million. The National Lottery announced that one player matched five of the six main numbers, as well as the Bonus Ball, to win £1,172,298. This ticket-owner was a millionaire thanks to Camelot’s Rolldown jackpot. Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, stated that this event was “the most exciting event ever seen in UK lottery history.”. 1700 is almost a bitcoin. As he checked the tickets with lottery operators Camelot.