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online gambling firms told to stop unfair promotions

Online gambling firms told to stop 'unfair' promotions

competition and markets authority

February, 1st 2018

Three UK gambling operators have been told to stop targeting players with 'unfair' promotions as a result of an investigation into their practices.

The CMA said that William Hill, Ladbrokes and Titanbet have to clean up their acts after finding that they 'trap money' owed to gamblers.

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money-laundering fear over uk online casinos

Money-laundering fear over UK online casinos

gambling commission

January, 5th 2018

Britain's gambling industry has suffered a fresh blow to it's reputation after the industry regulator revealed that it was investigating online casinos operators.

Seventeen online casinos are being investigated with five of the operators facing the possibility of having their licences reviewed.

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gala interactive to pay penalty package

Gala Interactive to pay £2.3m penalty package

gala interactive

November, 6th 2017

Gala Interactive will pay £2.3m for breaching Gambling Commission regulations which protect consumers.

The action follows the discovery of significant flaws in Gala's dealings with two high-spending customers who gambled away around £1.3m of stolen money.

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888 fined by the gambling commission

888 fined a record £7.8m by the Gambling Commission

888 casino

August, 31st 2017

Online gambling firm 888 has been ordered to pay more than £7.8m for not helping vulnerable customers to limit the damage of their gambling addictions.

More than 7,000 customers were affected by the technical failure at 888. One player who staked more than £1.3m had stolen £55,000 from his employer to fund his habit at the gambling site.

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lottoland fined for advertising failings

Lottoland to pay £150,000 for advertising failings

lottoland

June, 27th 2017

An operator who did not make it clear to consumers that they were betting on the outcome of a lottery draw and not actually taking part in a lottery is to pay £150,000 to socially responsible causes.

The Gambling Commission began investigating the secondary lottery provider after the ASA upheld a complaint in February this year.

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clampdown after cma probe

Online gambling firms face clampdown after CMA probe

competition and markets authority

June, 23rd 2017

The online gambling industry is facing a clampdown after the UK competition watchdog accused companies of unfairly treating customers and potentially breaking consumer law.

The Competition and Markets Authority said punters were not getting the deal they expected from promos and operators were unfairly holding on to funds.

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888 to be investigated

Online betting firm 888 investigated by Gambling Commission

888 casino

May, 15th 2017

In the latest sign of tougher regulation, the Gibraltar registered company '888' said the regulator was looking at the measures it has in place to discourage harmful gambling.

The review will focus on software tools that give gamblers the ability to set limits on the amount of money they spend and time they play for.

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bgo fined for misleading advertising

BGO Entertainment fined £300,000 for misleading advertising

bgo

May, 2nd 2017

The Gambling Commission has levied it's first financial penalty for advertising failings after fining Guernsey based 'BGO Entertainment' £300,000.

The Commission first raised concerns with BGO about it's advertising in July 2015.

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half of people in britain gamble

New research shows almost half of people in Britain gamble

gambling commission

February, 28th 2017

A new Gambling Commission report published today offers a greater insight into gambling participation, attitudes and behaviours in Great Britain.

The research looks at gambling participation and perceptions in 2016, as well as how people gamble, devices they use and the influence of social media.

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pie eating goalkeeper to be investigated

Pie-eating goalkeeper to be investigated by Gambling Commission

wayne shaw

February, 21st 2017

Two investigations are launched after Sun Bets offered odds of 8-1 against the Sutton United Football Club reserve goalkeeper eating a pie on the bench.

Both the Gambling Commission and the Football Association are now investigating whether the incident broke any rules.

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youtubers fined under gambling act

YouTube gamers fined under Gambling Act in legal first

youtubers fined

February, 13th 2017

Two popular YouTubers have been fined over an web site that let children gamble using 'virtual currency' on the Fifa 17 game.

Dylan Rigby and Craig Douglas, known as NepentheZ, admitted breaching gambling rules with FutGalaxy web site.

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