In the United Kingdom, two white-label gambling companies have been fined heavily by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). According to the UKGC, the companies have failed to comply with the regulations and must therefore pay a total of £675,000 and £175,718 in fines.
Both Jumpman Gaming Limited and ProgressPlay Limited were fined by the UK Gambling Commission. This fine was imposed because both companies did too little to take social responsibility. They also failed to combat money laundering, according to the UKGC on its website.
Jumpman Gaming Limited – which runs 243 websites – will pay £500,000 and Progress Play Limited – which runs 201 websites – will pay £175,718