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UK GAMBLING COMMISSION HEAD DISCUSSES NEW U.K. LICENSING LAW
Jenny Williams, the head of Britain's Gambling Commission, spoke on the imminent implementation of the new point-of-consumption laws and tax regime at an international gambling conference in Barcelona last week, telling delegates that her organisation expects to process around 150 applications from online gambling operators, and revealing that several applications have already been submitted.
Williams opined that it was unlikely that opposition to the new law by the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (which is seeking a judicial review on the EU legitimacy of the law) would derail the implementation process.
Its full steam ahead. It wouldnt be fair to those that have spent a lot of time getting ready to hold back now, she said, noting that some operators were active across multiple jurisdictions, and it was essential that the Commission was in a position to know whether these companies are "...wilfully disregarding somebody elses regulations.
Its also about financial riskiness if companies have a lot of risk in grey markets we might be concerned, she added.
Williams said that on the positive side, the British system was open and consistent, and the licensing fees were very reasonable.
There are lots if reasons why it makes sense to be licensed [in the UK]" she said, pointing out that unlicensed operators would not be allowed to market their products to UK online punters.
The Commission supported the p.o.c. concept because it provided regulatory access by the Commission to major operators based outside the United Kingdom but accessing and profiting from British internet and mobile gamblers, Williams explained.
The new secondary licensing framework makes the Commission's oversight more effective in terms of understanding the operators and how they conduct their businesses, she said.
The changes mean we will be infinitely better placed to assess risks and implement change," she concluded.
WHITE HAT GAMING ADDS EZUGI LIVE DEALER ACTION TO PLATFORM
Live dealer provider Ezugi and Football Live Betting Lines nfl football betting Online Bingo Bicimotos White Hat Gaming have inked a deal that will see Ezugi content on the White Hat Gaming platform soon.
The distribution deal involves Ezugi providing its entire portfolio of games including Black Jack, Roulette, Baccarat and Live Lottery. All of Ezugis live dealer games will be available in a mobile HTML5 version as well as the Android native application.
Max Wright, CEO of White Hat Gaming, said: This partnership further enhances the product offering to our clients, and confirms our commitment to working with the most innovative online live casino gaming providers.
Ezugi CEO Kfir Kugler said that a growing number of online gambling operators were opting for live dealer action, which his company was positioned to supply following product innovation and development.
BET365 TV AD AND WEBSITE CLAIMS BANNED BY ASA
The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a bet365 TV advertisement and website claim promoting a "Free Bet Offer" following receipt of two complaints.
The complainants challenged whether the "free bet" claims made on both platforms were misleading as they had to stake their own money to make the "free" bet.
Both ads offered " back any single winner at four to one or more on any race shown live on Channel Four and we'll give you a free bet to the same stake on the next live Channel Four race." On-screen text stated "FREE BETS" and the voice-over continued, "If your free bet also wins at odds of four to one or more, you qualify for a free bet on the next live Channel Four race. Keep backing those winners and we'll keep giving you free bets." Small on-screen text included "Max free bet 50 per race. Free bet winnings exclude stake".
The ASA said it did not consider that the promotion offered winning customers any 'free' element when making a subsequent bet and that the "free bet" claim was misleading. As such it may not appear again in its current form.