UKGC Penalizes Caesars Employees

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Today it was revealed that Caesars Entertainment casino employees in the UK were sanctioned by the UK Gambling Commission for conduct related to compliance terms for their licenses.

An investigation into Caesars' operations led to a massive £13 million fine related to failings on letting problem gamblers blow millions at their properties. The investigation found that some of the company's PML license holders weren't fully compliant with their license terms. Seven received license warnings, two got official letters regarding licensing rules, and three holders surrendered licenses after being notified that they were under review.

Another holder had their license revoked due to unpaid fees to the UKGC.

This is the latest measure by the UKGC to ensure that casino operators and their employees are following the laws of the country. The regulator has doled out millions of pounds in fines over the years, and occasionally resorts to pulling gaming licenses for particularly egregious behaviors.

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Therese Williams // UK Correspondent
Therese Williams
Therese is a fervent fan of slot machines and pub fruities, often trying her luck at some of the top online casinos. She covers news for Casino Listings with a focus on the UK and Europe. Therese studied arts and creative writing at university and has written for newspapers in the UK.