The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has warned licensees to make major changes to their terms and conditions linked to bonus promotions to avoid enforcement action by the regulator.

Operators will be required to be more up-front and clear in the conditions associated with bonuses to ensure they comply with UK consumer protection law.

The warning follows the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) today publishing details of action taken against three leading operators - Ladbrokes, William Hill and Titanbet operator PT Entertainment - as part of an ongoing investigation into the fairness of widely-used terms and conditions.

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