The Kindred Group-owned betting and gaming brand 32Red is to pay a £2m penalty package after the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) found that the operator had failed to protect a consumer from gambling-related harm.

The UKGC's investigation centred around a customer who was allowed to deposit £758,000 between November 2014 and April 2017. It was discovered that, despite the large sums being pumped into the customer's account, the operator failed to carry out social responsibility or money laundering checks.

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