UK National Lottery to support Rugby World Cup

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The UK National Lottery has signed an official partnership agreement with the Rugby World Cup, which will be held in Foggy Albion in October-November 2021. Within the framework of the same document, the lottery will also be a partner of the social support program for this sport. At the same time, the national lottery will receive broad rights to advertising during the matches of the tournament, to tickets for games, to the official pages of the championship in social networks, and so on. The lottery will provide significant support to the Rugby World Cup after a difficult 2020, when the coronavirus raged in the world, said Nick Railton, CEO of Camelot (manages the UK National Lottery). In turn, UK Minister of Sports Nigel Huddleston, positively noting the conclusion of a partnership agreement, said that it would provide serious long-term support for sports, including the creation of infrastructure and the purchase of equipment for rugby players. My Lucky Story wrote that the UK National Lottery has announced its partnership with the Rugby Football League in England. As reported, the national lottery will also support the Olympic and Paralympic teams of Great Britain. Recall that the UK National Lottery has introduced an age limit for players.

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