Sweden extends unlicensed gaming investigation window

Inquiry on black market and match-fixing given additional brief to investigate potential increase in fines for AML violations

The Swedish government has extended the investigation period for a special inquiry into the twin issues of unlicensed gambling and match-fixing in the country’s online gambling market. The inquiry, which began in December 2020, was due to deliver its first report no later than 30 June, although this has now been extended by three months…

Anti-money laundering | Ardalan Shekarabi | Gunnar Larsson | Online gambling | Regulation | Sports betting | Sweden | Swedish Gambling Authority | Unlicensed