EuroMillions Distribution of Revenue

Here you can find all the information with regards to the EuroMillions distribution of revenue, which is managed by a company called Allwyn. This company also runs the game, manages the ticket sales, draws, and prize payouts.

When someone buys a EuroMillions ticket in the UK, a portion of the ticket price goes towards funding various initiatives. Specifically, the distribution of revenue from EuroMillions ticket sales in the UK is as follows:

  • 0.5% of the revenue goes to Allwyn as profit for running the game.
  • They use 4.5% of the revenue to cover operating costs, such as marketing and advertising, ticket printing, and staff salaries.
  • Retailers who sell the tickets are paid 5% of the revenue as commission.
  • The UK government collects 12% of the revenue as lottery duty.
  • The National Lottery Distribution Fund allocates 28% of the revenue to charitable causes, which use the money to fund projects related to sports, arts, heritage, and community initiatives.
  • Finally, Allwyn allocates 50% of the revenue to winners as prize money, which includes prizes for matching various numbers and combinations, as well as the jackpot prize, which can reach tens of millions of pounds. You can check the biggest EuroMillions prizes awarded so far to have an idea of how big this lottery game is.

So, when someone buys a EuroMillions ticket in the UK, they are not only taking a chance at winning a life-changing sum of money, but they are also contributing to a range of good causes and initiatives that benefit the wider community.

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