UK: Gambling Commission slaps gaming company Daub Alderney with £5.85 Million fine over social responsibility and AML failures - AML Intelligence
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UK: Gambling Commission slaps gaming company Daub Alderney with £5.85 Million fine over social responsibility and AML failures

By Elizabeth Hearst for AMLi

The UK’s Gambling Commission has issued a £5.85 Million fine to Daub Alderney, the popular gaming company that runs kittybingo.com, over social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures. 

Daub Alderney, which runs popular gaming sites such as aspers.com, kittybingo.com, luckypantsbingo.com, luckyvip.com, magicalvegas.com, regalwins.com and spinandwin.com, received a formal warning for the failures which occurred between January 2019 and March 2020. 

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