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Leading online lotto betting operator, Lottoland, has launched a scratchcard in partnership with the British Red Cross. The digital scratchcard is available to play on the Lottoland UK site and has a top prize available of £50,000 with 20p of every £1 stake going directly to the British Red Cross.

For over 150 years, the British Red Cross has been responding to conflicts, natural disasters and individual emergencies, in the UK and around the world. They enable vulnerable people in the UK and abroad to prepare for and withstand emergencies in their own communities.


Anna Lovell, Head of Corporate Partnerships at the British Red Cross said: “We are delighted to be launching this digital scratch card with Lottoland. Their support alongside all our partners means we can continue our vital work to reach and protect the most vulnerable people during times of crisis.”


Lottoland CEO Nigel Birrell said: “The British Red Cross is such an important charity and we are really proud to be able to launch a scratchcard in support of this great cause, and the work that they do.


“As a business, we are always looking for ways to offer our customers more choice through our games and lotto product. This scratchcard is something we are delighted to be offering, by providing an option for those who want to play for a chance to win, as well as supporting a good cause.”


Earlier this month, Lottoland also launched its charity lotto betting game in the UK, called Win-Win Charity Lotto, with a jackpot of £250,000 for every draw. As Lottoland’s first charity focused lotto in the UK, 20p of every pound bet is donated to four charities – British Red Cross, Hospice UK, Keep Britain Tidy, and The Marine Conservation Society.


Launched in 2013, Lottoland has grown rapidly to become the world leading online lotto betting provider, allowing people to bet on the outcome of lotteries from around the world.


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