Our goal is to create one of the UK‘s most inclusive organisations – where talented people can bring the best of themselves, to do their best work, every day, for the benefit of good causes.

We look forward to welcoming the current National Lottery employees on this journey. 

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What is unique
about us?

  • Our preparations to transform the National Lottery will be a once-in-a-lifetime type of project in the lottery industry, anywhere in the world.
  • We‘ll establish a fast paced, delivery focused project team to prepare for the transformation made up of talented people from a variety of disciplines and best in class partner organisations.
  • We‘ll be supported by our colleagues in the Allwyn Entertainment Group who are already successfully operating lotteries across Europe.

Our values that shape what we do and how we do it.


we are where British expertise meets international lottery excellence


we will make a national lottery for everyone


we will build the national lottery of the future

Meet the Team

We are Allwyn UK, part of a leading global lottery operator, Allwyn. We have been selected by the Gambling Commission as the Preferred Applicant to be the operator of the National Lottery for the Fourth Licence, starting on 1 February 2024.

We have brought together an impressive management team alongside some of the world’s leading corporate partners in marketing and innovation. We have considerable experience of the UK’s retail, gaming, digital and entertainment sectors.

We’ve developed ground-breaking technologies, built player protection frameworks, and have a proven track record of making lotteries better.

What’s more, we would like to introduce our outstanding female leadership team that is driving Allwyn’s application to operate the National Lottery.

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