Entain’s Ladbrokes brand has been reprimanded by the UK Advertising Standards Authority for a Twitter message that featured a number of prominent Premier League footballers.
The UK Advertising Standards Authority has upheld complaints against two gambling ads by bookmaker Coral and casino operator Rank.
The complaint against Rank related to an [...]
Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a TV advertisement for Paddy Power which was found to have depicted gambling behaviour that was socially irresponsible.
Britain’s advertising regulator has introduced new rules to further restrict gambling advertising and prevent them from appealing to people under the age of 18.
The new [...]
The UK Advertising Standards Authority has banned a paid-for Facebook ad for encouraging harmful gambling behaviour.
The ad was published in September to promote the Midnite [...]
Creative copywriting by an 888 affiliate has landed the operator in trouble with the UK Advertising Standards Authority.
The advertorial for 888’s 777.com was published in [...]
The UK Advertising Standards Authority has banned an ad by Ladbrokes which showed a man excitedly waiting for the start of a horse race.
The ad [...]
The UK Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint against a Facebook post by GVC’s Gala Spins brand for featuring fluffy toy animals.
The ruling follows [...]
The United Kingdom’s Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has launched a public consultation into new restrictions on gambling and lottery advertising that would ban the [...]
GVC Holdings’ Gibraltar-based subsidiary ElectraWorks has fallen foul of the UK Advertising Standards Authority after publishing an ad which offered the promise of financial success.
The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has released the findings of its latest online monitoring sweep, which aims to identify age-restricted advertising in children’s media.
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a complaint against GVC-owned bookmaker Coral for a tweet which was found likely to encourage repetitive participation [...]