Lottery Draws in UK
Lottery is a form of betting that encompasses the drawing of lots for prize. Lottery game is one of the oldest games in the history of mankind, and it is believed that this game is the source of the government’s funding. In ancient times, they used wood to make draws and the one who wins will get a special package or fancy items and some in the form of money (coins).
Lotteries come in different forms and it may include a fixed amount of money or goods that can be won. In this form, there is a risk on the organizer if inefficient tickets are sold. More commonly, the prize fund is the fixed percentage of the receipts and a popular form is 50-50 draw.
On the other hand, lotteries in UK have increased tremendously. There is a variety of lottery that emerged. Each lottery has its corresponding lottery draws. One of the biggest lottery companies in UK is the National Lottery which is the state-franchised national lottery of the United Kingdom and Isle of Man. The lottery is regulated by the National Lottery Commission and it is operated by Camelot Group. The National Lottery regulates all online gaming and all lottery gaming. All unclaimed prizes within 180 days will be forfeited and after which the winning prize will go to the good cause.
The lottery game draws from Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday will be available to watch online and there will also be an updated result on BBC One at around 10:35 pm on each of those nights. The Saturday Lotto draw will be seen at around 9:30 at BBC One every Saturday. The draw on Saturday is being recorded and can be seen online on Monday. However, the Lotto mid-week draw will not be broadcasted on BBC but a video on the up-to-date Wedn
esday draw will be accessible to view exclusively online after each draw takes place from roughly 9:30pm.
Draw broadcast time is subject to change.