National Lottery operator Camelot has launched a new scratch-card as part of its plans to help fund the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Over 11 million of the scratch-cards, called Go For Gold, have been printed with a total prize fund of £6,515,896. They will cost £1 to play, with 11 prize levels from £1 up to a top prize of £2,012.

National Lottery funding will contribute up to £1.5bn towards the cost of the games, of which £750m will come from a series of dedicated lottery games.