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Leadership limbo won’t stop Gambling Commission’s policy making as new consultation approach announced

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While a new approach to consultations may provide some cheer to an industry that feels its input is ignored, the Gambling Commission’s promise to continue to make policy decisions despite the upcoming gambling review proves the regulator’s priorities are still askew.

Bacta reflects on successful SR Exchange and opening the door to a new portal

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Bacta’s third SR Exchange proved “a huge success” on 10 November, with the online event attracting more than 100 members to witness the launch of the BactaPortal.

Bacta continues to push SR Agenda and reveals new portal functionality

Bacta SR Exchange
Bacta is preparing for its third SR exchange, which will take place next Wednesday November 10 online.   The event, which starts from 10am, will feature a talk from The Gambling Commission’s Executive Director Tim Miller, as well as presentations from Elizabeth Speed, Chair of the Social Responsibility Committee and General Counsel for Novomatic UK, and more. In addition, Bacta will demonstrate...

Regulator’s Tim Miller to address Bacta SR Exchange

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SR is right up the Gambling Commission’s street, so who better to deliver the opening guest speech at November’s Bacta SR Exchange than the event circuit’s favourite regulatory figure Tim Miller

Gambling Commission encourages international regulatory collaboration

Gambling Commission encourages international regulatory collaboration
The executive director of the UK Gambling Commission has urged a unified approach for international regulators in order to combat the difficulties in overseeing gambling firms with operations in several jurisdictions.

Gambling Commission welcomes scrutiny of upcoming review

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In his ‘Social Responsibility for Gambling Operators’ keynote at the recent Know How’s 2021 conference, Gambling Commission executive director Tim Miller

Commission publishes new research on under 30s gambling behaviours

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The Gambling Commission has published new research examining the gambling behaviours of young people and adults aged 16 to 30.

Bad timing: Commission calls for “feedback” on affordability checks

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A much cited hike in problem gambling has still yet to emerge during the pandemic - but that hasn’t stopped the regulator from pressing ahead with plans to invade player privacy online. Affordability checks remain high on the Gambling Commission agenda, right to privacy, on the other hand......

Children, young people and gambling

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Introduced by executive director Tim Miller, the Gambling Commission outlines its view on the potential need for player protections on Cat D, based on advice from the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board...

Presentations confirmed for first ICE Consumer Protection Zone

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A programme of technology-led presentations has been confirmed for the Consumer Protection Zone, a new high profile feature introduced to the show floor at this year’s ICE London, (6-8 February, ExCeL London, UK).   Open to all ICE visitors, the presentations, taking place on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th, will feature sessions on self-exclusion schemes, player analytics, video gaming and eSports,...

Tim Miller: Opportunity to draw a line in the sand post-Triennial

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Despite outlining his positive experiences in amusement arcades, the Gambling Commission’s Tim Miller presented the decline of the public’s perception of gambling to the bacta Convention, stating the industry would do well to focus on more positive messaging after the Triennial Review’s conclusion.   While this may certainly be the case, audience members questioned the correlation between declining gambling reputation...

888 decision heightens interest in WrB symposium

Last week's announcement that 888 had been fined a record £7.8m for technical shortcomings which served to undermine its self exclusion processes, has given added importance and interest to the forthcoming WrB Responsible Gambling Innovation C-Level symposium organised by Clarion Gaming (September 12, OXO2, London). The fine followed a 13 month long investigation by the UK Gambling Commission which found...