PGRI Public Gaming Magazine


Camelot UK Chief Executive, Andy Duncan, to step down

Commenting on the news, Andy Duncan said: “It has been a great privilege to have led Camelot and the National Lottery through an exciting period. I’m proud that total returns to good causes during the last six years. This money is distributed to society in order to change the lives of people across the country. “I believe that the purpose at the heart of the National Lottery has never been stronger, changing lives by creating a millionaire nearly every day whilst returning more than £30m to good causes every week,” he added.

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Congratulations to the newest members of the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame!

Congratulations to the newest members of the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame!

The 74 members of the PGRI Lottery Industry Hall of Fame have voted for and elected five industry leaders to be inducted into the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame for 2017.

The five 2017 Hall of Fame inductees:

--  Thomas Delacenserie, President & Chief Executive Officer, Kentucky Lottery Corporation

--  Alice Garland, Executive Director, North Carolina Education Lottery

--  Marzia Mastrogiacomo, Senior Vice President Lotteries, Lottomatica S.p.A.

--  Charles R. McIntyre, Executive Director, New Hampshire Lottery

--  Paula Otto, Executive Director, Virginia Lottery

 The Lottery Industry Hall of Fame was founded in 2005 as a means of honoring those who have done the most to promote excellence and integrity in our industry and make the world lottery industry the great success. The recipients of this award are all a credit to that ideal and you are joining a select and distinguished group of world lottery industry professionals.  You can read more about the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame and the members at   

 The first Ceremony to induct the newest members of the Lottery Hall of Fame will be held at:

·        4:30 pm on Friday September 15

·        Oregon Convention Center,  B123/124

·        NASPL Conference/Trade Show in Portland Oregon

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