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Protecting the National Lottery brand

The National Lottery brand is one of the most recognised brands in the UK.

the national lottery logo

The National Lottery brand includes:

  • the crossed fingers logo
  • game logos.

We own the trademarks in the logos and license them to the company that runs the National Lottery, Camelot UK Lotteries Limited.

To be able to use the brand, Camelot must take action if the brand is being used inappropriately.

National Lottery projects

People running National Lottery-funded projects can use a version of the crossed fingers logo. We grant them 'distributing rights' to use the logo, to show the positive impact of funded projects in their community.

There is information about using the logo on the National Lottery Community Fund website (opens in new tab) .

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