European State Lotteries and Toto Association
Association Européenne des Loteries et Totos d'Etat
Asociación Europea de Loterias y Apuestas Deportivas de Estado
Europäische Vereinigung der Staatlichen Lotterien und Totogesellschaften
1983-11 Montreux Switzerland
Nov 1983, Montreux (Switzerland), as European Association of State Lotteries – Association européenne des loteries d'Etat (AELE). Changed, 1989, also to European Association of State Lotteries and Lottos. Present name adopted, May 1999, St Julians (Malta). Since May 2012, includes the former H-XD7783 - European Lotteries Sports (ELS). Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code. EU Transparency Register: 97609783845-15.
Offer experience, expertise and best practice in the fields of gaming and gambling, especially lotteries, and thereby drive innovation in this field.
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