Betting companies hit with fines of £19.6m over a year

Betting companies in the UK have paid out £19.6 million in penalties over the course of a year for failing to protect problem gamblers and stop money launderers.

The Gambling Commission said it had carried out more than 160 investigations in the 2018/2019 financial year and had imposed a variety of sanctions on operators, including the financial penalties.

Among the firms to be fined were online casino company Daub Alderney, which was ordered to pay £7.1 million, and Paddy Power Betfair – now known as Flutter Entertainment – which was fined £2.2 million.
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