The Bet-at-home online casino has been suspended in the UK, according to the country’s Gambling Commission. The website has been accused of breaching the country’s gambling laws and its licence has been suspended. The UKGC will investigate whether the licence holder is fit to operate an online casino after suspicions that the gambling company was negligent in its social responsibilities and did not take enough measures to prevent money laundering.
Bet-at-home did not leave the UK
The provisional suspension comes as a result of this investigation. Bet-at-home did not leave the UK, according to Manzella, head of marketing at Bet-at-homes, on 6 July. The gambling company had discontinued their partner programme earlier this week. The UKGC wants Bet-at-home to treat players well, keep them informed of important issues and give them access to their money. For now, however, Bet-at-home cannot offer any games to players.