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3 Oaks Gaming granted UKGC licence

20 Feb 2024

3 Oaks Gaming, an established distributor of iGaming content, has announced that it has been granted its remote operating licence from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). This prestigious achievement is a monumental landmark for the company who will now be able to distribute its games to licenced operators within the United Kingdom. This milestone not …

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BeyondPlay secures licence from the Gambling Commission

3 Apr 2023

BeyondPlay, the B2B start-up developing next-generation engagement software for online operators, has been granted a licence by the British Gambling Commission. The securing of a Remote Casino Host and Gambling Software Licence from the Gambling Commission follows the granting of a B2B Critical Supply Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority in December 2022. The GB …

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Symplify enhances RG Engine to meet latest UKGC criteria

21 Sep 2022

Symplify, market leaders in CRM and AI cloud solutions, has enhanced its Responsible Gaming Engine to bring it in line with the latest UKGC criteria. Symplify’s Responsible Gaming Engine is fully UKGC compliant after meeting the highest technical standards demanded by the department. The RG Engine automates the risk categorisation of players which forms a …

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Spinomenal secures B2B UKGC licence 

16 Aug 2022

Spinomenal, the leading iGaming content provider, has secured its B2B licence from the UKGC to open further opportunities within one of the world’s premium markets.   Spinomenal’s rich roster of slot games is now readily available for UK operators, which includes Lucky Jack – Lost Jungle, Wolf Fang, Demi Gods III as well as the …

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Jogo Global granted UKGC Licence

19 Oct 2021

Jogo Global, the fast-growing platform provider and casino content developer, has been granted its licence by the UK Gambling Commission. Jogo Global is now able to target UK-licensed operators with its range of products and services that spans gaming platforms, premium mobile, online and land based content, as well as customised software development and a …

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Relax Gaming Gibraltar Ltd secures coveted UKGC licence

13 May 2021

Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has seen its Gibraltar company, Relax Gaming Gibraltar Ltd, approved by the UK Gambling Commission, signalling further growth opportunities in one of the world’s strongest markets.   The approval will see Relax’s roster of quality casino games made available to UK operators through its Gibraltar …

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Vivo Gaming celebrates Isle of Man approval in regulated market boost

28 Apr 2021

Three of live casino software provider Vivo Gaming’s studios have been successfully audited by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) enabling it to distribute its certified products to Isle of Man Gambling Supervisory Commission (GSC) licensees and further strengthening its regulated market footprint. Thanks to the successful audit, Vivo Gaming is already set to go live with …

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Push Gaming awarded UK and Malta licences

30 Jan 2020

Push Gaming has warmed up for ICE by receiving regulatory approval for its proprietary platform from both the Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The supplier will now have full control of its own technology development and delivery schedule thanks to a Game Host licence in the United Kingdom and a B2B licence …

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Yggdrasil granted Isle of Man B2B software licence

8 Jan 2020

Online gaming solutions provider Yggdrasil Gaming has been granted a B2B software licence by the Isle of Man Supervision Commission, securing its long-term presence across a multitude of existing markets. The new IoM certification brings the total number of software licences obtained by Yggdrasil to eight across four major gaming jurisdictions including the UK, Malta, …

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DWG Group granted GB Gambling Commission licence

12 Nov 2019

Leading games provider and social casino operator, Design Works Gaming Group (DWG) is set to make its debut in online real money gaming after being granted the necessary licence by the GB Gambling Commission. This will allow the company to supply GB facing online casinos with its comprehensive portfolio of already proven slot titles and …

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EveryMatrix decides to leave UK white label market

23 Sep 2019

Following the UKGC suspension of the EveryMatrix’s B2C license in the UK, the decision has been taken at company level to let go of its B2C operating licenses for Remote Betting and Casino. The UK B2B software provision license for Remote Gambling Software remains active, and the company continues to offer gambling software to the …

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EveryMatrix signs with beBettor to improve gambling affordability checks

12 Sep 2019

Following the UKGC suspension of the EveryMatrix B2C license for sports and casino in the UK, EveryMatrix has today partnered up with compliance start-up beBettor. This newly inked agreement is part of the continued efforts to radically improve operational compliance of EveryMatrix in the UK and bring about a lifting of the suspension placed by …

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BetConstruct granted B2B Software Supplier Licence

15 Apr 2019

Guided by the SMP eGaming licensing team, BetConstruct has become one of the first software developers to be granted a new Software Suppliers Licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC). Upon securing the Software Suppliers licence, BetConstruct will further have its gaming and betting solutions added to the Isle of Man GSC …

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UK Gambling Commission release latest participation stats

27 Feb 2019

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has released its annual report on gambling participation in 2018 covering awareness, behaviour and attitudes. The datasets were gathered by Populus via a combination of telephone and online surveys with people aged 16 and over. Key findings from respondents referring to the past four week period at the time of the survey include: Gambling participation …

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Senet Group weighs in on UKGC responsible gambling strategy

26 Feb 2019

The UK responsible gambling body Senet Group has published its response to the UK Gambling Commission’s (UKGC) consultation on the new National Responsible Gambling Strategy. The three-year strategy, in force from April 2019, will focus on reducing gambling harms and requires the collective effort of a wide range of stakeholders, in particular gambling operators and those at the forefront of …

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UKGC opens consultation on gambling with credit cards

21 Feb 2019

The UK Gambling Commission has opened consultations on two “key” issues in its prevention of gambling-related harms strategy, gambling online with credit cards and, separately, on improving player control measures on all Category B gaming machines. The UKGC backs the principle that  consumers should not gamble with money they do not have, saying “gambling with borrowed money …

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RGSB submits reducing gambling harms advice to UKGC

19 Feb 2019

The Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (RGSB)  has issued its advice to the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) on the new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms. The RGSB has submitted ten primary recommendations, many of which build on its previously publicised advice. Among the RGSB’s recommendations is its belief that treatment should rest with Great Britain health departments and not, as …

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Bet365 in the spotlight as bonus and VIP strategy revealed

18 Feb 2019

The United Kingdom’s Gambling Commission (UKGC), despite being known as one of the most active regulators in the industry, has come under fire following the infiltration of bet365’s employee training centre by a Daily Mail journalist. The expose reveals bet365 awarding “big losers” weekly cash returns of up to 10 percent to keep vulnerable customers locked in a cycle of …

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UKGC calls for comment on further changes to LCCP requirements

16 Feb 2019

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) is once again calling for public comment on further changes to the Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice (LCCP) specifically concerning Alternative Dispute Resolution, Customer Interaction and Gambling Blocking Software. The UKGC is proposing that licensees be required to only use ADR providers that meet its additional standards as well as suggesting operators provide …

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New ID verification rules published by UKGC

8 Feb 2019

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) published new identification (ID) verification rules Thursday, effective May 7, 2019. The new rules, which follow an open consultation, will ensure operators verify customers’ age and identity details faster. A present online operators have 72 hours to carry out verification checks, and while play can commence, customers cannot withdraw winnings until the …

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IOM gambling authority introduces B2B software supplier license

5 Feb 2019

The Isle of Man (IOM) Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC), has introduced a new Software Supplier License (B2B) ensuring software suppliers meet the same standards as those of the GSC-licensed operators they supply their games to. “Software Supplier Licence (B2B) has been developed over recent months after high demand from companies located around the world requesting to be licensed by …

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UK licensees warned on non-disclosure agreements

1 Feb 2019

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has warned licensees on including non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in settlement agreements with consumers. “Some of these agreements may have had the effect of preventing those consumers from reporting regulatory concerns to us, by either excluding disclosure to any third party or, in some cases, explicitly preventing customers from contacting the Gambling Commission.” The UKGC …

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UKGC invites participation in responsible gambling strategy

16 Jan 2019

As the UK’s current National Responsible Gambling Strategy comes to an end in March 2019 the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) is inviting participation in a consultation that will form part of the development of a new national strategy to reduce gambling harms. The consultation covers five proposed priority areas in which the UKGC seeks as many people …

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UK DCMS to probe wagering on credit

14 Jan 2019

UK Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) secretary of state Jeremy Wright is calling for a review on wagering on credit  by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), local media reported over the weekend. “We should also ask if it is right that people should be able to gamble on credit and this is an area that the Gambling …

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