Bookiesinfo.com is glad to announce the start of the new partnership with 2kBet.com!

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01.09.2021

Bookiesinfo.com is glad to announce the start of the new cool partnership with 2kBet!

2kBet is a brand new online gambling site to launch in the UK (September 2020) as a white label solution operated by Progress Play Limited.​

However, there are some things that make 2kBet stand out, such as the fact it has a more generous welcome bonus than most PPL sites.

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Bookiesinfo.com is glad to announce the start of the new partnership with SportsBroker.com!

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09.08.2021

Bookiesinfo.com is glad to announce the start of the new cool partnership with SportsBroker.com!

What is SportsBroker?

SportsBroker allows you to trade virtual shares that rise and fall based on team performance.

The aim is to buy shares and sell them for a higher price, teams will rise in value if they perform well.

They only sing when you’re winning.

 

SportsBroker is a peer to peer gaming platform, this means you are trying to win money from players who have backed the opposite team - SportsBroker only take a small commission if your team goes up in value.

Join SportsBroker, make your first trade, and if your team drops in value after their first match they will refund any losses incurred up to a maximum of £100.

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New players who join SportsBroker between 7th December 2020 and 21st December 2021 will automatically be eligible for the offer. Users who qualify for the refund must email firsttrade@sportsbroker.com with their username and the SportsBroker team will refund the amount back to their SportsBroker account balance as cash within 7 days. 18+ only, full T&Cs apply. Play responsibly.

£1M PL 2021/22 FANTASY TOURNAMENT

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06.08.2021

FanTeam and the Scout Gaming Group are delighted to announce the opening of the £1,000,000 Premier League 21/22 Season Long Game. 

 

Last year’s Season Long Game saw a brilliantly close fought battle before user ‘CheckJosh’ (Josh Wooldridge) eventually took home the €200,000 1st place prize.

FanTeam has grown substantially and continues to do so. They have reduced the entry fee to £20/€23, and still increased the guaranteed prize pool by a whopping 15%.

 

Also, they have listened to user feedback and made subtle improvements to improve the overall user experience. Further, player prices have diligently been set to ensure more players are viable for selection. This should all lead to our biggest and best Season Long Game yet. 

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Bookiesinfo.com is glad to announce the start of the new partnership with MyStake!

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14.06.2021

Bookiesinfo.com is glad to announce the start of the new cool partnership with MyStake!

MyStake has recently added a 100% welcome sportsbook bonus up to 500 €/£/$ when you sign up and they also offer a great 100% up to 1000€/$

FIRST DEPOSIT SPORTSBOOK BONUS:

 * 100% up to 500 €/£/$ -  GET BONUS

FIRST DEPOSIT CASINO BONUS: 

* 100% up to 1000/$ - GET BONUS

£1M EURO 2020 FANTASY TOURNAMENT PLANNING AND INFO DECK ON BEHALF OF FANTEAM

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26.03.2021

FanTeam.com and the Scout Gaming Group are hosting a record-breaking Euro 2020 Fantasy Football Tournament, which has a minimum guaranteed prize pool of £1,000,000 and a guaranteed first place prize of £200,000.

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The United Kingdom Gambling Commission Fines Aspers Stratford Casino (London) over player protection failures

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20.02.2021

Aspers’ Stratford City Casino will pay a £652.500 fine and will give up a £78,233 profit because of its regulatory failures.

Aspers didn't Enquire Customers Over Big Sums of Cash


The UK Gambling Commission has imposed a £652,500 ($890,000) sanction to Aspers’ Stratford City Casino after an investigation found breaches of anti-money laundering (AML) and social responsibility obligations.

In December 2018, the Commission commenced a review of Aspers Stratford’s operating license following the tragic death by suicide of an a personal shortly after visiting the London casino.

Huseyin Yaman, 37, lost £25,000 in one night on roulette and fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) at Aspers Casino at the Westfield shopping sentre in Stratford, east London. Yaman, who owned a stake in a very Turkish supermarket, left the gambling venue in distress and later took his life in his north London apartment.

“The circumstances of the death were investigated by both the police and therefore the coroner. Because regulator, we examined the casino’s management of the individual and located failings around the company’s anti-money laundering, social responsibility and customer interaction procedures.”

Neil McArthur, Chief Executive, UK Gambling Commission

Yaman spent £46,920 and £51,000 in cash at Aspers on 2 and 3 September 2017, respectively, without facing any enquiries on behalf of the casino. The businessman made more money purchases of £5,190, £5,660 and £6,100 between September and November 2018, with the last being made the day before their death.

The results of the investigation show incompliance with regulatory requirements, like anti-money laundering, social responsibility and customer interaction policies, and processes which allowed the individual to incur significant losses at the venue.

The Commission has issued a warning to Aspers Stratford for failures to comply with anti-money laundering processes, similarly as breaches of customer interaction rules and cash desk policies. Apart from the financial sanction, Aspers Stratford has agreed to divest itself of the gross gambling yield to the sum of £78,233, which it accumulated as a results of its failings in relations to Yaman and another customer.

Thailand police arrest 40 in illegal gambling den

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16.01.2021

Police in Thailand have arrested 40 people at a suspected gambling den in Nonthaburi province, as reported by the Nation Thailand. Acting on a tip-off, the Crime Suppression Division raided a house in Bang Bua Thong district, seizing gambling tables, chips and cash.

The illegal casino was also operating in defiance of government public safety measures in line with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Of the 40 arrested, 33 were Thai gamblers, while the other seven were migrant employees. All 40 suspects were taken to Bang Bua Thong Police Station for interrogation and for COVID-19 screening.

The arrests come just days after 21 people were arrested on charges of illegal gambling following raids on five venues in Bangkok. Speaking after the arrests, Phuridet said: “This operation is part of the National Police chief’s policy to eliminate gambling dens nationwide, to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among the public.”

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