The World Lottery Association (WLA) is an organization that promotes the development of state-regulated lotteries and other gaming industries around the world. It also promotes the contributions of its member lotteries to society, such as the USD 82.3 billion that they returned to society in 2018. The WLA promotes state-sanctioned lotteries and other gaming industries, and supports them in their fight against illegal gaming, synthetic lotteries, and match-fixing in sports.
The World Lottery Association (WLA) is a non-profit international organization comprised of state-authorized lotteries and suppliers to the global lottery industry. As a member, your lotteries can enjoy free team creation, advanced plans, and more. By joining the WLA, you can join the ranks of the industry’s leading players. You can also enjoy many benefits of membership, including access to its resources and professional expertise.
The WLA’s Principles are based on Seven Responsible Gaming Principles and are designed to complement individual lottery operators’ safeguards. These principles are intended to protect lottery players around the world and contribute to the well-being of society. They also serve as a guideline for responsible gaming programs and practices. Using these principles, WLA members can develop and implement responsible gaming programs and policies. This is an important part of Corporate Social Responsibility and WLA members need to be proactive in protecting their players.