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."
Jumpman Gaming Limited Public Statement
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Progress Play Limited Public Statement
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Last updated: 17 May 2022
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