Posted on: November 23, 2021 Posted by: Frank Brooks Comments: 0

BGO Leisure has put its participant database up for sale subsequent last month’s suspension of its licence by the GB Gambling Commission.

“Operating in a regulated ecosystem where by the issued fines are not proportional compared to the size of the procedure tends to make very little sense for BGO,” a consultant of the operator advised iGB.

“It is with regret that BGO surrendered its licence soon after nine prosperous yrs, but it was the proper choice to guard the players, workers and affiliate companions from a prospective default,” they reported. “We welcome presents on the database and brand name from other operators with a remaining appetite for the market place.”

The 9 years’ worth of participant details includes 430,000 lively GB player accounts across the BGO, Powerspins, Vegasluck and Chilli.com brand names, with the working business possessing generated £300m NGR in that period of time, iGB understands. The BGO.com area will also be set up for sale.

BGO’s licence was suspended with instant influence on 15 Oct, when the Gambling Fee carried out a review under Portion 116 of the 2005 Gambling Act.

The Fee explained that “failing to defend consumers” experienced been a vital thought in its selection to perform the assessment.