MoPlay Goes Bust After Gambling Licence Suspension Following Financial Difficulties

The online bookmaker MoPlay has had its licences suspended in both the United Kingdom and Gibraltar. The UK decision was taken by the Gambling Commission when it decided to initiate a review of Addison Global Limited, which uses MoPlay as its trading name. The Gibraltar authorities have suspended it over concerns about solvency issues the…

A Bumpy Month For Mr. Green

Mr. Green has closed it’s German facing sportsbook with immediate effect. The William Hill owned operator took the decision at the end of January and their affiliate partners were asked to: “remove all sportsbook content from your German marketing channels as soon as possible.” Recent regulatory changes in the country have been cited as the…

It’s Official – Credit Cards Are Out!

Well, Gamstop and Citizens Advice have been calling for it for two years, and The Gambling Commission is finally ready to make its move. Betting on credit is to be banned in the UK from April 14th. UK Gambling Commission Chief Exec, Neil McArthur, said: “Credit card gambling can lead to significant financial harm. The…

FSB Saves BlackType’s Skin

Customers of the online betting brand BlackType will be relieved to know that their accounts and funds are safe, despite BlackTypes management announcing that they are winding down their business affairs. That’s right, the company that launched in 2016 has already come to the end of the road citing increased regulatory pressures on the betting…

EGR Power 50 – Bet365 Remains Mighty

Bet365 have made it a score as they top the EGR Power 50 list for the 10th year in a row. For those of you that don’t know what it is, the EGR Power 50 ranks the top performing online gambling companies and puts them in order based on a few different categories. It’s a…

Betfred Sign Deal With At The Races

The gambling company, Betfred, which is arguably the best known bookie for horse racing in the UK, have just signed a deal with At The Races (ATR) that will begin in January 2020. It is a multi-year turnover based arrangement as opposed to the old pence per stream method of doing things, and both parties…