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Monday 24 October 2022

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Online casino NSUS Limited fined £672,000 

Gambling operator NSUS Limited will pay a £672,829 penalty for social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures. The operator – which trades as GGPoker and operates – will also receive an official warning for the failures.

Read more about enforcement action against NSUS Limited

IAGR 2022 Conference

Last week, our CEO Andrew Rhodes and some colleagues from the Commission attended the IAGR annual conference in Melbourne to meet with hundreds of representatives from other global gambling regulators. Andrew delivered a speech to the conference covering a variety of regulatory topics and updates from our perspective.

You can read Andrew’s speech from the conference in full on our website.

Gambling Prevalence Research: the view of Lived Experience

Members of the Commission’s Lived Experience Advisory Panel have provided their views on our latest work around gambling prevalence research.  

You can read the blog on our website.

Gambling harms – developing survey questions

We have provided an online update around our ongoing work to develop and test a series of survey questions aimed at capturing better data on the experience of gambling harms. 

You can read the update and associated documents on our website.

Putting data and insights at the heart of our regulatory approach

Simo Dragicevic, a member of the Commission’s Digital Advisory Panel (DAP), has been reflecting on the challenges and opportunities for increased use of data to develop better gambling regulation.

You can read Simo’s blog on our website.

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