Posts From: April 2021

Nektan hit with UK licence suspension

The UK Gambling Commission has decided to suspend the operating licence of Nektan (Gibraltar) Limited. The suspension follows an ongoing section 116 review into the operator, and suspect Nektan (Gibraltar)...

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Swedish regulator fines LeoVegas SEK 2m for responsible gambling breaches

LeoVegas was today issued a warning and sanction fee of SEK 2M by the Swedish Gambling Authority. According to the regulator, the company is considered to have been in breach...

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UEFA investigating Ibrahimovic over ‘alleged financial interest’ in Bethard

AC Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently under investigation by European football officials over his alleged financial interest in a Bethard. The striker reportedly owns a 10 per cent stake in...

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U.S. Judge hands Flutter Entertainment $100m bill

Flutter Entertainment said on Thursday it was disappointed after the Kentucky Supreme Court denied its appeal against PokerStars $100m (£72.1m) bill from authorities in Kentucky.  The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in December that...

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UK Government launches independent review into Football Index demise

An independent review examining the circumstances surrounding the collapse of the gambling company, Football Index, is to be launched, Minister for Gambling and Lotteries John Whittingdale has announced. Football Index,...

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UK National Lottery set to increase age limit next week

National Lottery games will no longer be available to anyone under the age of 18 from 22nd April 2021. This change will prevent 16 and 17-year-olds from being able to...

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Betfred to pay £1.7m after software glitch

Betfred has been ordered to pay a punter £1.7m. Andrew Green, 54, has won a claim against Betfred’s refusal to pay the jackpot he won online. Andrew Green, 54, from...

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London Mayor pledges to ban Underground gambling ads

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched a re-election pledge to ensure all gambling advertising is banned on the London Underground network. Mr Khan wants to “reduce the influence and pressure...

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