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Action we can take against licensees

Published:
22 February 2021
Updated:
4 June 2021

Businesses and individuals who do not follow rules and regulations aimed at ensuring gambling is fair, safe and crime-free can expect regulatory action.

Our general approach is to help gambling businesses comply with the law and the regulations we set out. When action is necessary we have a range of powers, including:

  • issuing a warning
  • attaching an additional licence condition
  • removing or amending a licence condition
  • suspending a licence
  • revoking a licence
  • imposing a financial penalty.
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