Licence to run the National Lottery
The Section 5 licence requires Camelot (opens in a new tab) to submit information and policies to us for approval.
Additional to the Section 5 licence, we also grant licences for each game, or class of games, promoted as part of the National Lottery, these include:
- Set For Life
- Interactive Instant Win Games.
Information about each game licence is available in The National Lottery games licences guide.
We awarded Camelot a ten year licence to run the National Lottery, starting in 2009. In March 2012 this was extended by four years.
Over this 14 year period we will amend our regulatory regime where appropriate, including the terms of the licence, to do the following:
- cut bureaucracy
- give Camelot more freedom
- better protect Lottery players and the money they raise for good causes.
The Section 5 licence requires Camelot to submit information and policies to us for approval.
You can see these decisions in the Approvals, consents, variations, disapplications and waivers (PDF) document.
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Definition of terms for Section 5 licence decisions