Mr Green to pay £3m for regulatory failures

A gaming operator has to pay GBP 3 million as part of the targeted investigation of the online casinos by the gaming commission. Mr Green is the ninth gambling company to take action as part of a regulatory investigation that has resulted in fines of more than £ 20m since 2018. Since enforcement began, six operators have given up their licenses and are no longer able to do business with consumers in the UK. As part of the investigation into the nine most serious operating license cases, the Commission examined the actions of 22 individual personnel management license holders. Of these, six surrendered their license, six received a formal warning, one received a behavioral advice, seven are pending and no further action has been taken against two: Under today's penal package, Mr Green will pay £ 3 million to the national strategy to reduce damage from gambling as there were no effective anti-damage and money laundering procedures in place.