The World Lottery Association

world lottery association

The world lottery association serves the interests of state lotteries and sports betting operators worldwide. Members have revenues in excess of $250 billion and adhere to the strictest standards of social responsibility, responsible gaming, security and risk management. All funds raised for good causes are returned to the society in a timely manner, ensuring that the world lottery community plays an important role in helping to improve lives across the globe.

WLA-SCS Level 2: A Security Control Standard for the Lottery Industry

The only internationally recognised security standard for the lottery sector, WLA-SCS is a certification for those lotteries and sports betting operators that want to ensure that their operation remains secure and is in line with best practices. It is available to both WLA Regular and Associate Members, who will need to perform a certification assessment to obtain the Level 2 certificate.

WLA-RGF: A framework for the implementation of the WLA Responsible Gaming Principles in day to day operations – four levels of achievement and 10 Program elements outline how lottery operators can demonstrate their commitment to responsible gaming.

KLC: The Kid’s Lottery Campaign aims to educate retailers and consumers on the importance of responsibly promoting lotteries to minors, and on penalties for sales and prize payments to minors. The campaign uses point-of-sale reminders and presentations during retailer training, with the KLC logo appearing on product packaging to make it clear that these products are not for minors.

GeoComply: The World Lottery Association has announced the signing of a partnership with leading geolocation and fraud prevention company GeoComply. The agreement will see the two organizations work together to provide geolocation and fraud prevention solutions for a variety of markets.