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nov
27

UK Bookies Allowed to Open Except Arcades, Causes Fury

Tags: Arcades, bookie, coronavirus, United Kingdom
Posted on 27 November 2020 by "T".

Gambling machines at betting shops in the UK can now operate even under the strict Tier 3 lockdown, but arcades still cannot open.

This move has caused considerable fury among operators of family entertainment centers (FECs) and arcades who feel that they have been unfairly treated as there's an un-level playing field.

The trade association BACTA, the BGC covering the bookmakers, and the Bingo Association had arranged conference talks with government officials over the measures to allow their venues to open, even under the strict Tier 3 lockdown.

Read more » UK Bookies Allowed to Open Except Arcades, Causes Fury

nov
6

UKGC proposes Gambling Companies must Set 100 Monthly Limit on Player Losses

Tags: problem gambling, safe gambling, UKGC, United Kingdom
Posted on 06 November 2020 by "T".

Losses incurred by gamblers in the United Kingdom could face a £100 limit per month - a new idea proposed by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). This is the local authorities' new move to make sure gambling operators are more responsible when it comes to addressing problem gambling in the country.

Read more » UKGC proposes Gambling Companies must Set 100 Monthly Limit on Player Losses

oct
11

UK Government Releases No-Deal Brexit Guide for Gambling Operators

Tags: Brexit, England, European Union, Great Britain, United Kingdom
Posted on 11 October 2019 by "T".

The UK is set to leave the European Union on October 31. Therefore, the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) of the UK has released an 8-point guide or checklist for gambling operators, to help them prepare for a possible no-deal Brexit.

Read more » UK Government Releases No-Deal Brexit Guide for Gambling Operators

apr
30

UK National Lottery Refuses to pay 4 Million to Duo who Bought Ticket with Stolen Debit Card

Tags: fraud, Jon-Ross Watson, Mark Goodram, United Kingdom
Posted on 30 April 2019 by "T".

Two career criminals say they will call the police on Camelot for refusing to pay their £4,000,000 prize.

Jon-Ross Watson (pictured left) and Mark Goodram (right), two friends from Bolton, Greater Manchester, are claiming that Camelot is being "unscrupulous" after it launched an investigation into their winning scratchcard.

Read more » UK National Lottery Refuses to pay 4 Million to Duo who Bought Ticket with Stolen Debit Card


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