BetConstruct to Provide Crash and Farkle under its UKGC Licence

farkle & Crash BetConstruct UK Gambling Commission licence
SoftConstruct (Malta) Limited is pleased to announce the successful registration of Crash and Farkle with the UKGC

BetConstruct Given the Green Light to Provide Blast and Striker under its UKGC Licence

BetConstruct Blast Striker UKGC Licence
SoftConstruct (Malta) Limited has successfully registered the Blast & Striker games with the UKGC. Given approval for providing these engaging solutions to our UK and White Label partners, BetConstruct has made a major step forward in its global expansion.

UKGC approves BetConstruct’s Virtual Sports Software

UKGC approves BetConstruct Virtual Sports Software
The latest achievement of the sports betting and gaming supplier BetConstruct in the legal field is the newly secured Combined Remote Operating Licence for Virtual Sports.

UKGC settlements continue to rise, amid questions over how funds are allocated

UKGC regulator Betway Peter Hannibal Comment
As the UK regulator’s penchant for penalties continues to grow, GBG’s Peter Hannibal questions whether these cash piles are being allocated to their most efficient ends.

UK Gambling Commission warns Malta-based operators to raise standards

UK gambling commission Malta
Speaking at the Safeguarding Standards conference in Malta this October, UKGC CEO Neil McArthur laments that the majority of actions taken last year were..

UKGC ‘persuaded’ of credit card betting harm, consults on action

UKGC credit card betting
The UK Gambling Commission says it is already persuaded of the “risks of harm associated with using credit cards for online gambling” and is launching..

Betting with borrowed money on borrowed time

Credit Cards
British consumers could soon be facing a ban on betting with credit cards. But is credit card betting really any less safe than taking out short-term..

UKGC to ‘drive up standards’ in 2020 plan

Neil McArthur Gambling Commission
The UK Gambling Commission has outlined plans to continue driving up standards in consumer protection and harm prevention in its business plan for the..

UKGC warn of NDA licence infringement

UKGC, warning, NDA, licence, infringement
The Gambling Commission has warned operators that the signing of non disclosure agreements with customers in settlements could be considered a breach of licence conditions. In cases where NDAs are seen…

UKGC: Good causes “at the heart” of new National Lottery Licence competition

UKGC, National Lottery, Licence, Good causes, competition
The National Lottery was launched in 1994 to support a range of good causes across the UK. Since then it has raised more than £38bn, transforming lives and contributing significantly to the arts, sports…

BetConstruct’s Live Casino is granted UKGC licence

BetConstruct, Live Casino, UKGC, licence, blackjack, roulette
BetConstruct is delighted to announce the launch of its in-house Live Casino games licensed by UKGC on the territory of the United Kingdom. With a headquarters in the UK, BetConstruct has been exploring this market for a long time. As a result of a non-stop work,

Red Rake Gaming acquires UKGC remote gaming licences

Red Rake Gaming, UKGC, remote gaming licences, acquisition
The Spanish based games developer has just secured a Remote Gambling Software License granted by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission enabling them to offer its premium content to the UK market.

Red Rake Gaming has started the new year in the best possible way...

UKGC ups ante on grey market revenue disclosure

BBi - Grey markets UKGC
Following a regulatory data consultation, the UK Gambling Commission is broadening its demand on licensees to disclose all group revenues from grey markets, and give more detailed legal justifications that their presence in these markets is not illegal.   The UK Gambling Commission is tightening its stance on UKl icensed operators regarding the volume of revenue streams from unregulated grey markets. Licensees...

UKGC: Clean up or we will review your licence

Betting Business Sarah Harrison
The UK regulator’s chief Sarah Harrison struck an authoritative tone at an industry event last week, warning executives they will face higher fines for non-compliance, and even licence ‘reviews’ for repeat offenders.   Britain’s bookmakers have been warned they risk losing their licences if they do not step up their efforts to protect players and prevent money laundering. At an event organised...