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Responsible Affiliates in Gambling Association Established In The UK

Responsible Affiliates in Gambling Association Established In The UK

The largest gambling affiliate companies in the UK founded an association which focuses on responsible gambling advertising and aims at increasing the level of protection that players get when gambling online.

UK Operators Must Reapply For Licence, Says Labour Deputy

UK Operators Must Reapply For Licence, Says Labour Deputy

The Labour Party announced its intention to make UK operators reapply for a remote gambling licence. It is clear that if Labour gains power there’ll be a more restrictive approach towards gambling. At the same time, proponents of betting and gambling legalisation in the US are pushing forward gambling legalisation initiatives in several states.

Paddy Power Betfair Name Change Confirmed

Paddy Power Betfair Name Change Confirmed

Most Paddy Power Betfair shareholders were in favour of the decision to change the company name to Flutter Entertainment. William Hill’s controversial Tinder ad was banned by the ASA.

UK Gambling News – Operators, Owners And The UKGC

UK Gambling News – Operators, Owners And The UKGC

Read the latest UK gambling news on SlotsWise. Find out more about the GVC and its decision to stop advertising on sports events, read about the Coates family who are now among the top 20 wealthiest people in the UK, as well as the work of the UKGC and its controversial decisions.

Does The UK Voluntary Donation System Work

Does The UK Voluntary Donation System Work

Many operators failed to meet the voluntary donation threshold of 0.1% of their revenue, so now politicians and academics call for the implementation of a mandatory levy. The ASA banned a Paddy Power ad featuring Rhodri Giggs.

New Player Verification Rules Now In Place

New Player Verification Rules Now In Place

UK operators will now have to impose stricter rules and regulations regarding player identification. Nobody will be permitted to place a wager until they prove their identity and before their age can be verified. Operators failed to donate £10m last year which encouraged politicians to increase their calls for the introduction of a mandatory levy.