Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has issued LeoVegas with a warning and a SEK2m penalty fee for breaching certain due diligence routines with respect to its [...]
Malta-based online casino operator Casumo has been hit with a second fine by Britain's Gambling Commission for social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures that took [...]
Licensed operators in Gibraltar have agreed to pay £2.5m to support the Gibraltar Gambling Care Foundation following the completion of a review of operators’ processes [...]
Britain’s Gambling Commission has imposed additional licence conditions on three online gambling operators for social responsibility and money laundering failures.
New York-listed GAN and privately owned [...]
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has warned licensees that they are fully responsible for all third-party relationships after taking regulatory action against platform provider FSB [...]
The UK Gambling Commission has penalised casino operator Caesars Entertainment for historical failings in its social responsibility and anti-money laundering controls.
Caesars will pay £13m for the failings, [...]
Inadequate management oversight and lax social responsibility controls have landed gambling operator Betway with an £11.6m bill from the UK Gambling Commission.
The penalty package was announced Thursday [...]
William Hill-owned Mr Green has been handed a £3m penalty package by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) for failing to have effective procedures in place [...]
The government of the Canadian province of British Columbia plans to introduce legislation to modernize the province’s Gaming Control Act and transition the gambling regulator to [...]
Denmark’s gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has ordered gaming operator 888 to amend its anti-money laundering procedures to comply with the country’s Money Laundering Act.
Denmark’s state-owned gaming operator Danske Spil is launching a new player identification system that will allow it to monitor all bets placed at retail locations.
Gambling operators in Sweden will be required to report suspicious financial transactions through a new anti-money laundering (AML) system which goes live in January.