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Today’s ruling is good news for The National Lottery; it enables the Gambling Commission to move forward to award Allwyn the Fourth National Lottery Licence.

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Allwyn commits to Mindful Business Charter to foster better working practices for mental health and wellbeing.

Allwyn has signed the Mindful Business Charter, joining a wide range of businesses and professional service firms around the world in a collective commitment to address the avoidable stresses in our working practices, to promote healthier and more effective ways of working. The Charter, originally launched by Barclays and law firms Pinsent Masons and Addleshaw Goddard in October 2018, brings organisations and their service providers together to reach a shared agenda for mental health and wellbeing.

Allwyn & Levelling Up Goals

Allwyn has joined a number of UK businesses, universities and public sector organisations to signup to the Levelling Up Goals and play its part in efforts to create a level playing field for equal opportunities across the UK. 

Made By Sport and Allwyn Announce New #PoweringGoodTogether Campaign

National charity Made By Sport have partnered with Allwyn, a leading lottery operator applying to run the National Lottery under the 4th National Lottery Licence, to launch a new campaign #PoweringGoodTogether, to raise awareness and funding for grassroots sports clubs and organisations across the UK.

Allwyn ensures safe play through AI technology and intelligent marketing

Allwyn’s believes lotteries should be enjoyed by all, safely.

Digital Innovation is fundamental to Allwyn.

Our track record in digital innovation makes lotteries successful, safe, and a force for good in society.

Allwyn commits to becoming world’s first Net Zero lottery company

Allwyn today has pledged to become a net zero carbon company by 2030 or sooner, and with it hopes of becoming the world’s first net zero lottery company. The firm, which is an applicant for the fourth UK National Lottery licence, is aligning itself with the UN Race to Zero and has signed the Planet Mark Zero Carbon Commitment to pledge to achieve net zero.

Allwyn secures industry heavyweight David Craven as CEO further strengthening its credentials to operate the National Lottery

David Craven, industry veteran, has been appointed by Allwyn as its CEO, joining Sir Keith Mills and the company at a pivotal juncture, with its application for the Fourth National Lottery Licence nearing culmination.

Player Protection is at the heart of Allwyn’s operations

We see technology as an opportunity to develop strong safeguards for players.

Dr. Mark Griffiths to support Allwyn’s mission to ensure lotteries are the player protection benchmark for wider industry

Allwyn is pleased to announce Dr. Mark Griffiths, psychologist and distinguished Professor of Behavioural Addiction at Nottingham Trent University, as the latest appointment to its advisory board providing support to Sir Keith Mills as part of the company’s bid for the Fourth National Lottery Licence.

Allwyn’s proven track record in delivering successful lotteries for all.

SAZKA Group, parent company of Allwyn, has been operating European lotteries with unrivalled and continuous success since 2012.

How SAZKA, parent company of Allwyn, stepped up to tackle Covid-19 across Europe.

Europe’s largest and most successful operator took action in every market it operates in.

Allwyn, SAZKA Group's new British corporate identity, selects Vodafone as connectivity partner in its bid for the Fourth National Lottery Licence

Allwyn has selected Vodafone, the UK's leading technology communications company, to become its connectivity partners as it bids for the Fourth National Lottery Licence.

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