What did Camelot, the business behind The National Lottery, choose for their game? A Cyclone from Unique Ideas. The unmistakable ball catching game, as seen on Dragon’s Den and a Question of Sport.

Every week, on average, National Lottery players raise around £30 million pounds for good causes. Camelot wanted an iconic game for their conference, and what could be better than the Cyclone? The Cyclone can be used as a human lottery machine at your event, simply number the balls, and you have a created a man-powered lottery machine. Camelot loved the idea of having a game that summed up everything that the public so love about The National Lottery. They wanted a fun and engaging game, to provide a memorable experience for the delegates at their conference, they were not disappointed.

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