Ep 215: Part two of a Very British Affair

iGaming Daily, sponsored by Optimove, reviews a consecutive week of breakneck developments concerning UK gambling’s regulatory future.

Last Monday, Parliament hosted its long-anticipated debate on affordability checks, showcasing a raft of distinct opinions on the Gambling Review’s most divisive matter.

Attention turns to the Gambling Commission initiating its two-tier pilot scheme to test affordability checks on gambling accounts – which UK Racing states must be guaranteed as a failed system will have the biggest impact on the heritage sport.

Under the spotlight the Gambling Commission delivered the first data-sets of its new survey methodologies measuring gambling-prevelance February concluded with the BGC’s annual general meeting, providing the perspective of key political actors on delivering-change to future-proof gambling – in which UK gambling was warned of its wider duties beyond affordability checks.

Joining Martyn Elliott for the second part of iGaming Daily’s “Very British Affair” once again is Ted Menmuir.