Published: May 6, 2018

LeoVegas penalised to the tune of £600K for advertising and marketing failings

LeoVegas, the online gambling operator, has been penalised by the UK Gambling Commission for failings relating to misleading advertising and the handling of customers at the end of their self-exclusion period.

Following a review of LeoVegas’ licence the Commission has concluded matters on the basis that LeoVegas will pay a £600,000 penalty, will divest itself of any funds received as a result of the failings, and will pay the Commission’s costs. Further information is available on UKGC's website.

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