Two of William Hill's subsidiaries, Mr Green and Evoke have been issued fines by the Swedish regulator Spelinspektionen, SEK 1million and SEK 450,000, respectively due to a breach of Swedish gambling obligation.
The United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC) has issued fines to two casino operators to the tune of £675,000 after reports found they had breached the UKGC anti-money laundering (AML) and social responsibilities to protect its customers from gambling-related harm.
After nearly 30 years of operating the National Lottery Camelot was pipped to the post by Czech-owned group Allwyn. Subsequently, Allwyn rewarded its top staff a cool £10.3m in wage rises after helping to secure the license.
A football fan who placed a 60p bet at Ladbrokes predicting all sixteen results of the Premier and Championship on Saturday resulted in a staggering £158,000 win!
Camelot, the current National Lottery operator has found itself in hot water after scratch card winner Joan Parker-Brennan from Boston, Lincolnshire decided to take legal action after they refused to pay the £1M Jackpot win.
Northern Shell Plc who was in the running for the fourth National Lottery License has joined forces with Camelot in raising an appeal against the United Kingdom Gambling Commission’s (UKGC) decision to grant the license to Allwyn Group.
Last Saturday saw record figures in viewers and bets as the Grand National ran its 174th race at Aintree racecourse in Merseyside.
As of October 1st, 2022, UK licensed gambling operators can no longer use high-profile sports personalities to promote gambling promotions after The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) banned anything with ‘strong appeal’ to persons under the age of 18.
After a disastrous 2021 for the horseracing calendar, Flutter Entertainment’s three flagship brands have reported record bets after a successful return of the Cheltenham Festival in 2022.
It’s always good to hear players winning big on slots and casino games, but a multi-millionaire being created is exceptional news!