According to the latest data from the UKGC, UK online gambling operators saw a 2.6% rise in total gross gambling yield (GGY) from March 2021 to April 2021.
According to the UKGC, Nektan had breached the conditions of its licence and it’s not suitable to carry on its activities.
UKGC announced its new three-year Strategy and annual Business Plan which set out the focus to protecting the players from gambling harm.
Five land-based casinos were found to have failed to follow social responsibility and anti-money laundering rules.
McArthur has chosen to end his 15-year tenure with the Commission, after less than three years in the role of CEO.
The UK Gambling Commission said it had taken action against Personal Management Licence (PML) holders at Caesars Entertainment.
According to the latest figures published by the Gambling Commission (UKGC), UK gambling operators reported an online gross gambling yield (GGY) of £613.6m in the period of March-December 2020.
The number of gamblers using illegal gambling sites has more than doubled, according to the report published by the BGC.