CMA calls for wholesale changes to bonusing

Consumer watchdog and Gambling Commission warn operators of grave consequences unless they start putting the consumer first

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has warned operators that some bonusing practices are “inherently unfair” and need to change, as the body continues its ongoing investigation of the online gambling industry. Speaking yesterday at the Gambling Commission’s annual Raising Standards conference in Birmingham, George Lusty, who is leading the CMA’s investigation, outlined several key areas where…

Bonusing | CMA | Gambling Commission | Regulation | Sarah Harrison