Camelot UK Lotteries has reported a 5 per cent increase in total ticket sales from the UK National Lottery to £3,469.8m for the first half ended September 27th, despite posting a marginal decline in sales of draw-based games.

Camelot said it was the second-highest interim total since the lottery launched in 1994, with the overall performance driven by strong growth from the recently re-launched Lotto game and instant play games.

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