UK Gambling Commission

NSUS trading as GGPoker have been fined €765,948 by the UK Gambling Commission. In a statement, the UKGC warned the operator for failing “to take all reasonable steps to prevent marketing material being sent to self-excluded customers when it sent marketing emails to 125 self-excluded customers”

The operator was also in breach of observing anti-money laundering requirements with inadequate policies and procedures in place to conduct necessary risk assessments of businesses.  

The detail of the full penalty has been published on the UK Gambling Commission’s website.  

GGPoker is one of the biggest poker sites globally. It is a subsidiary of NSUS Limited and is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission. It was noted that the operator fully co-operated with the Gambling Commission.

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