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This week the Australian Communications and Media Authority listed 19 individual breaches to the online betting laws in the country.
The ACMA received 108 complaints since September 13th, with those issuing the queries claiming that the betting sites were violating Australia's betting laws. 38 of the complaints were determined to be valid enough to warrant further investigation. Those investigations revealed 19 breaches from various companies that ran the gamut from offering a banned service to offering unlicensed games, and advertising violations.
The violating companies were not named, but the regulator has made contact with those in breach. No word on possible sanctions were available as of press time.
Australia has clamped down on internet betting in the past year, causing many reputable betting sites to pull out of the market and instead have been replaced with less than ideal options.
If we learn more about the violations, we'll update readers.