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Online gambling business faces £2m regulatory action

24 February 2022

BV Gaming Limited, trading as BetVictor, will pay a total of £2m after a Gambling Commission investigation revealed fairness, social responsibility, and money laundering failures.

The operator – which runs,,, and – will pay the money as part of a settlement with the Commission.

Settlement money will go to the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms.

More details of the failings can be read in the public statement.

Leanne Oxley, Gambling Commission Director of Enforcement, said: “As a gambling regulator our focus is on ensuring that gambling in Britain is fair, safe and crime-free, and BetVictor failed consumers by breaching rules aimed at achieving these objectives.

“Non-compliance – no matter what the reason – will never be a viable business option for gambling businesses. We will always be tough on operators who fail in this way.”

Public statements

BV Gaming Limited Public Statement

Published: 24 February 2022

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Last updated: 1 November 2022

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