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Online gambling businesses face £675,000 regulatory action

17 May 2022

Two gambling businesses will pay a total of £675,000 in regulatory settlements after Gambling Commission investigations revealed social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures.

Jumpman Gaming Limited – which runs 243 websites – will pay £500,000 and Progress Play Limited – which runs 201 websites – will pay £175,718 to the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms.

Details of the failings can be read in the public statements.

Leanne Oxley, Gambling Commission Director of Enforcement and Intelligence, said: “We will always clamp down on operators who fail in their obligations to keep gambling safe and crime-free. We encourage other operators to consider the failings identified in these cases carefully, and consider what improvements they can make in their own businesses."

Public statements

Jumpman Gaming Limited Public Statement

Published: 17 May 2022

Read the public statement about jumpman gaming limited public statement

Progress Play Limited Public Statement

Published: 17 May 2022

Read the public statement about progress play limited public statement

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Last updated: 17 May 2022

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