Gambling Commission slaps BGO with £300,000 fine for ad failings

Regulator imposes first marketing-related financial penalty after operator was judged to have misled customers

Great Britain’s Gambling Commission has handed down its first financial penalty for advertising failings after fining BGO Entertainment £300,000 for breaching social responsibility rules and deceiving consumers. The Commission fined the owner following a major review into the publication of “misleading” promotions by the operator and its affiliate partners since July 2015, and the…

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