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Gambling Commission slaps two Gaming businesses with £675K (€795K) fine for AML shortcomings

By Alisha Houlihan for AMLi

The UK’s Gambling Commission has hit two gambling firms with fines worth £675K (€795K) as a result of social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures. 

The Commission announced it had slapped a £500K (€589K) fine on Jumpman Gaming Limited and £176K (€207K) fine on Progress Play Limited.

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