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Bulgarian Sports Totalizator Update

We are the only gambling operator that absolutely regulates returns of more than 50% of its earnings to players in the form of winnings. In addition, another 33% of our income goes to support sports in our country. These commitments are the reason why the company does not have significant funds to invest in promoting our products or in modern retail outlets, as our competitors managed to do recently ”, said Damyan Damyanov, Executive Director of BST "However, all participants in our games can be proud because with every bet they place, they support mass and professional sports in our country. Bulgarians can feel calm because we are steadfastly following the principles of safe and responsible play, ”he added.

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Camelot UK Lotteries Limited: 2018/19 Financial Results

Camelot CEO Nigel Railton commented: “As we celebrate 25 years of The National Lottery and the massive difference it has made to UK society – with an incredible £40 billion raised for Good Causes – I’m delighted to see our hard work paying off. Sales across most of the business are up – with our ongoing investment and innovation in retail and digital continuing to yield positive results. In particular, we’ve spent much of the last 12 to 18 months getting our draw-based games back in good health – with a more balanced portfolio that now offers something for everyone – and making improvements to our Scratchcards and online Instant Win Games in terms of product design, range, merchandising and availability, which has led to record sales of those games.

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Did Florida lawmakers legislate “responsibly” when they passed a measure that would require Florida Lottery tickets to warn buyers about the addictive nature of gambling?

Florida would be the first state lottery in North America to require such a prominent warning, according to lottery industry officials.  Governor DeSantis says he has concerns about the bill, indicating a veto is a real possibility.   Former Gov. Rick Scott rejected a similar bill in 2017.  Scott cited the potential hit on school funding in his decision to reject the prior proposal. He said the warning requirement was “in direct conflict with the Lottery’s constitutional mandate to maximize revenues and reduces the educational opportunities available to Florida families.” 

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