The Sports Betting Integrity Forum has published its Sports Betting Integrity Action Plan, a copy of which can be downloaded below. Joined-up thinking of the type set out in the Plan can only serve to foster Britain’s reputation as a safe place to enjoy both sport and sports betting and to discourage anyone looking to […]
On 10 September 2015 David Clifton spoke at SBC Events’ Betting on Football Conference on the subject of “Is it illegal for unlicensed remote gambling operators to sponsor UK teams or not?” You can download the background document to his speech below. He also moderated the “International fixtures – betting & football across the continent and beyond” panel featuring […]
David Clifton reports on the growing trend for cumulative impact policies and the problems they can pose.
The Gambling Commission has issued a reminder to licensed gambling operators that they must report key events relating to payment methods and processes.
At SBC Events’ second Betting on Football Conference, taking place on Thursday 10 September at Arsenal FC’s ground the Emirates Stadium, David Clifton is: chairing a panel session at 11.20am entitled “International fixtures – betting & football across the continent and beyond” and speaking at 2.10pm on the subject of “Is it illegal for unlicensed […]
As consolidation within the betting industry is propelled by tougher regulatory requirements and higher rates of tax, in this month’s feature for SBC News David Clifton focuses on the role of the CMA.
In an initial ruling arising from the judicial challenge by the Scottish Whisky Association against the intended MUP for alcohol in Scotland, the Advocate General to the European Court of Justice has said that prescribing a minimum price for alcoholic drinks could only be justified to protect public health if no alternative measure – such as tax increases – could […]
Gambling operators are being given the opportunity to take part in a discussion about licence fees and to help shape the advice the Gambling Commission gives to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Suzanne Davies provides a quick guide to ensuring the law is observed for gaming machines and SWPs in pubs and bars.
The Gambling Commission has clarified the position in relation to crane-type Skills with Prizes machines in a document entitled “Non-complex cat D gaming machines” that can be downloaded below, together with the Commission’s Quick Guide to SWPs.