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Monday 30 January 2023

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£6.1m fine for online operator In Touch Games 

A gambling business will pay a £6.1m penalty after a Gambling Commission investigation revealed social responsibility and anti-money laundering failings. 

This is the third time In Touch Games have faced regulatory action - in 2019 it paid a £2.2m settlement for regulatory failures and in 2021 it received a £3.4m fine and warning for further failures. 

Read about the In Touch Games fine

Online gambling business TonyBet fined £442,750 

TonyBet will pay a £442,750 penalty and receive a warning for failing to have fair and transparent terms, and for failing to follow social responsibility and anti-money laundering rules. 

The operator – which operates – will also have to undergo a third-party audit to assess whether it is effectively implementing anti-money laundering (AML) and social responsibility requirements. 

Read about the TonyBet fine

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