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Bet-at-home leaves GB after licence suspension

Bet-at-home has declared that it has "surrendered" its licence and will leave permanently from the United Kingdom market, days after its licence was suspended.

Bet-at-home stated in a statement to consumers that the firm has been unable to accept wagers since July 6.

This is due to the fact that the British Gambling Commission revoked Bet-at-operating home's licence on 7 July, citing alleged social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures as primary factors in its decision.

The Commission also announced a review into Bet-at-operations home's at the time.

Despite the fact that the firm may have been authorised to resume operations after the completion of the assessment, it has said that it would not do so.

“Unfortunately, we’ve decided to surrender our operating licence granted by the UK Gambling Commission and to exit the British market,” read a statement on the operator’s website.

“Therefore it hasn’t been possible to bet, play or deposit with us as of 6 July, 16:20 UK time. Furthermore, new registrations are not allowed.”

Ahead of the licence suspension, Bet-at-home discontinued its sole marketing channel in the nation, the GB Affiliate programme.

Bet-at-home stated that until 10 p.m. on September 30, users can withdraw immediately from their betting accounts. Beginning on this day, players will be required to contact Bet-at-Home directly for their cash until 30 June 2023.

Following this, the operator stated that any remaining earnings will be donated to GambleAware, an organisation that combats gambling-related damage.



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