NFRN members are invited to share their views on the government’s proposal to change the current minimum age of 16 for playing National Lottery Games.

Currently the age limit for all National Lottery games is 16, including draw-based games and instant win games.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is now seeking views to raise the current minimum age of 16 to 18.

The current proposed changes are:

  • raise the minimum age to 18 for National Lottery instant win games (i.e. scratchcards and online instant win games)
  • raise the minimum age to 18 for all National Lottery games

By completing this survey, you will have the opportunity to have a say on the proposed changes to the current minimum age for playing National Lottery Games and how the changes would impact on your business.

How to take part

To complete the survey please click the button below and submit your answers.

This survey will close on Monday 30 September, and your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

If you have any questions, please email us at publicaffairs@nfrn.org.uk

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