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ASA backs William Hill over restricted customer complaint

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has opted not to uphold a complaint made about a William Hill promotion during the Russian World Cup. The complaint referred to an advert which claimed: “William Hill customers are getting more every day of the World Cup. With two extra bet boosts available on all World Cup matches”. On-screen text then added: “Max stake …

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The ASA welcomes ProgressPlay action after derogatory tweets

In its latest round of rulings, The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has welcomed the instruction ProgressPlay sent to its brand operator regarding how they must not use a derogatory tweet again in their future advertising. The tweet, that originated from one of ProgressPlay’s licensees that operates the brand Fruity King Casino, referred to an image of female presenters in …

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Belgium CDV Party seeks harsh measures on limiting gambling advertising

Belgium’s Parliament is set to open discussions on potentially pursuing a blanket ban on all forms of gambling-related advertising during live sports broadcasts, which would be implemented across all media verticals. The discussion has been put forward by Christian Democrat CDV MP Koen Geens, who has detailed that Belgium’s Government has failed to ensure the appropriate safeguards against betting operators …

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