LeoVegas could face UKGC investigation over self-exclusion failings

Newspaper investigation reveals operator allegedly sent marketing emails to problem gambler

LeoVegas could face a Gambling Commission investigation following a newspaper investigation which alleged it accepted £20,000 in stolen funds from a problem gambler and sent repeated marketing emails after he had been locked out of the LeoVegas site. A Guardian investigation revealed the problem gambler had his LeoVegas account locked in May 2018 after a…

Gambling Commission | LeoVegas | Problem gambling | Regulation | Self-exclusion