We Are Game Changers

Camelot Illinois operates the Illinois Lottery, a modern enterprise that truly benefits the people of Illinois. We place consumers and social responsibility at our core, providing funding for schools, capital projects and special causes.

Every week Illinois Lottery players raise, on average, around $14 million to fund schools and more in our state.

About Us

Camelot Lottery Solutions has learned from running successful lotteries in Europe and the U.K. Now, we bring that experience to reinvigorate the Illinois Lottery.

Our mission is to maximize revenue to the State of Illinois in a socially responsible way.

We’ll achieve our mission by continuing to prioritize long-term, responsible growth and celebrate what makes us who we are – a lottery business that’s fast, innovative and fun.

What We Do

Playing the Illinois Lottery gives players the chance to dream big while supporting communities across Illinois.

Camelot is helping the Illinois Lottery grow by:

Investing in retail to improve the experience and expand to new locations.
Building a brand that encourages lots of people to play a little.
Introducing exciting new games.
Making games accessible so that people can play anytime, anywhere on any device.
Getting to know our players, to create products they want to play.

The Power of Lottery

We believe that for a lottery to be successful, it must engage with and serve its community. We love getting to play a small part in changing lives and making Illinois a better place.

By The Numbers


The Illinois Lottery pays out almost $5 million in prizes each day.

Local Business

The Illinois Lottery supported local businesses by paying more than $165 million in commissions last year.

The State of Illinois

  • This year, Camelot Illinois is projected to deliver Lottery sales of over $3 billion
  • We will deliver over $735 million in revenue to the State of Illinois in Fiscal Year 2019
  • By the end of our contract in 2027, we project that we will deliver $1 billion in revenue to the State of Illinois every year