Tabcorp UK is taking “proactive steps to address any weaknesses” in compliance after admitting to a number of breaches as part of an £84,000 settlement with the UKGC.
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A Conservative Party revolt on gaming machine stakes and prizes could yet see a maximum £2 stake implemented on FOBTs in the UK.
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has moved away from the notion that the maximum stakes on FOBT (B2) gaming machines need to be cut to £2.
The UK Gambling Commission has published its annual report on participation rates and perception of gambling for 2017, which saw participation on the National Lottery remain by far the biggest gambling activity, although its attraction has waned.
Small gambling businesses have been afforded a unique opportunity to participate in a brace of Gambling Commission workshops to drive raised standards across the UK gaming industry.
Ladbrokes Coral is exploring the possibility of turning a number of its retail premises into Adult Gaming Centres (AGC), commonly known as arcades.
William Hill has told shareholders that it is improving its approach to responsible gambling in an effort to build a more sustainable business, and wants the rest of the industry to take a similar approach.
William Hill Group (WHG) has been hit with a £6.2m penalty package by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) for “systemic social responsibility and money laundering failures”.
British bookmakers will be forced to undertake a marketing overhaul after the CAP heightened advertising standards in the UK, placing a specific emphasis on live betting promotions.