Tag Archives: The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC)

Retail remains largest sales channel for Camelot as sales jump 3.7%

Despite reporting significant growth in its digital operations, retail continues to be the largest sales channel for the UK National Lottery, with 75 per cent of sales coming via the in-store terminals. With over £5,373.3m of sales generated by the retail kiosks, retail has been a driving force for the continued success of Camelot – the UK National Lottery operator …

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Tom Watson demands thorough review into online casino licence holders

The UK Labour Party has emphasised that online casinos which received licences after 2014 should have to reapply for operating licences after it was found by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) that over one third of operators were asked to improve their standards. The party’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, has penned a letter to both the UKGC CEO Neil McArthur and Jeremy …

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UKGC rolls out new framework assessing problem gambling impact on young people

In addition to its National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has released a new ‘framework for action’ researching gambling harm among children and young audiences. The report places more focus upon the previous work to develop a framework for gambling-related harm amongst adults. The report has been specifically designed on questions included on ‘Ipsos MORI’s …

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UKGC and CMA push operators to prioritise commercial compliance

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In a joint letter published by The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) and the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), it has been emphasised that gambling firms must place more focus upon commercial law and compliance. The letter follows the conclusion of a ‘joint programme’ between the UKGC and CMA, which investigated suspected breaches of consumer protection law in the remote gambling …

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