Gambling Commission warns online firm’s licence in doubt after it failed to ensure people could afford bets

Online casino company 888 will pay a £9.4m fine, the third highest in the history of British gambling regulation, over multiple failings that led to customers racking up huge losses during the depths of the Covid pandemic.

The Gambling Commission highlighted a series of transgressions that it warned could force it to consider 888’s suitability to hold a licence to operate in Great Britain.

Continue reading…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *