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Remember that Joe Camel? In the U.K., Camelot was accused of targeting children with scratch-off cards based on ‘kiddie games’ says The Morning Call.

A British company looking to take over the day-to-day operations of the Pennsylvania Lottery has come under fire on its home soil for aggressive business practices. But it has pumped up sales and revenue for the U.K.’s National Lottery, which it has operated since the lottery’s creation in 1994.

The Camelot Group, acting through a newly created subsidiary, Camelot Global Services PA LLC, submitted the lone bid to assume management duties at the Pennsylvania Lottery, which funds programs for senior citizens across the state.


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