Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 Share Submit Share StumbleUpon Swansea City drops gambling sponsor August 21, 2020 The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) is facing pressure to reveal the details of Betway’s ownership, with the Daily Mail claiming the operator’s ownership structure is lacking transparency.Betway has recently come under fire from some anti-gambling campaigners regarding its use of gambling incentives.According to the UKGC, however, UK licence holders are required to provide detailed information to the regulator in order for a licence application to be approved, and due to data protection laws, the UKGC was not obliged to pass on information regarding the operator’s ownership.The UKGC said: “We expect applicants for licences to provide us with all the information we need in order to determine whether or not they are suitable to hold a licence.“When considering the suitability of an applicant, the commission has regard to the following elements and seeks evidence to support and enable an assessment to be made against each one: identity, ownership, finances, integrity, competence and criminality.”The Daily Mail also cited further criticism of the operator from Members of Parliament, who have called upon the regulator to find out more about the owner of the betting company.Labour MP Carolyn Harris, chairman of the all-party parliamentary group on gambling, said: “Devious deals and deception are at the heart of this industry. The more you look the more you find. For too long the actions of this industry have gone under the radar and the Gambling Commission are complicit.“They have allowed these kinds of Machiavellian dealings to go on unhindered. I urge them to tell MPs who owns Betway so they can be held to account.”Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith added: ‘The Gambling Commission should now come clean. It’s important to know who profits when gambling companies encourage problem gamblers to bet, leaving a wake of destroyed family lives behind them.’Betway responded to the criticisms, emphasising that the company has prioritised both responsibility and compliance in all jurisdictions: ‘As a responsible, licensed operator, all of our regulators are provided with the details of our ownership, as is required by law. Betway is fully tax compliant in all jurisdictions and we pay all taxes due.’ ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual August 20, 2020 Related Articles
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C – Hockey Canada has selected 31 kids from Fort St. John and Dawson Creek to participate in their Dreams Come True program starting on this weekend.The event which is part of the development program prior to the start of the U-17 Hockey Championships.The $30,000 investment by Hockey Canada gives 31 children aged six to ten who can’t play hockey due to financial barriers the ability to play. Children were supplied with full body equipment courtesy Bauer and a year’s worth of minor hockey fees paid for.- Advertisement -Organizer Karin Carlson said, “The dual event is taking place in Dawson Creek on November 5th. The kids and their parents will be transported down there via bus and will be given their fitted gear. They will be given lunch, on ice time with Hockey Canada coaches as well as off ice activates. Everything wraps up by 1:30 p.m. so they can attend the opening U-17 Hockey Championship game at the Encana Event Centre, with tickets and food voutures provided for them.”This is one of four such events hosted by Hockey Canada in 2017. There will also be coaching clinics for all hockey positions, jamborees and parent information sessions the weekend of November 3rd at the Pomeroy Sports Centre and Encana Event Centre for the general public.
Ali Adams has vowed to end Audley Harrison’s boxing career when the pair meet in April.Their encounter will be much-maligned former Olympic champion Harrison’s first fight since he was beaten by David Haye in a one-sided world title clash in 2010.The Wembley heavyweight, 40, says he is determined to atone for that performance and put himself in the frame for another title shot.But the Iraq-born Adams, who lives in Chelsea, says he will knock Harrison out.He told West London Sport: “I hit hard – and when I hit Audley he’s going to the floor.“Audley is a joke and I’m going to end his career. I’m going to destroy him. There’s no way the fight will go the distance.“I’d rather die than lose to Harrison and let people down. Is he ready to face someone like me? I don’t think he can handle it.”Adams, nicknamed ‘The Tiger’, has lived in west London since he was 16 and was introduced to boxing by his father, who passed away last year.Winning the 14 April showdown with Harrison in Brentwood would put the 30-year-old in line for a British title challenge and he is keen to make the most of his chance.“It’s my time – a big opportunity for me and I’m going to take it,” he declared.“I’m going to do it for my dad and show people what Ali Adams is capable of.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Twitter
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Anna University TANCET results on June 22.The results of TANCET 2011 (Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test) organised by the Anna University will be declared on June 22.The TANCET results 2011 will be available at the website of Anna University www.results.annauniv.edu.Anna University organises the TANCET examinations on behalf of the Tamil Nadu government for admissions to MBA, MCA, MTech and ME courses in the state.For more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.
FoxTel will serve up a double helping of Origin action with a two hour block of coverage of the 2006 State of Origin Series featuring back to back Women’s and Men’s Open games between traditional rivals Queensland and New South Wales on Wednesday 15 November 2006.The two States battled for the Origin crown across 13 age divisions at the Brisbane Metropolitan Touch Association’s Whites Hill Sporting Complex on 4-5 August 2006.Fox Sports 3 will show Game 3 of the Women’s Open and Game 2 of the Men’s Open Series in their entirity.The games will be replayed across the three Fox Sports channels during November, so be sure to organise yourself and your friends to catch all the action and excitement of the 2006 State of Origin Series on FoxTel.Please check FoxTel electronic guides for updated screening times and programming.Fox 3 Screening Times SOO for all States Wednesday 15 November 20062.00am (Women’s Game 3) 3.00am (Men’s Game 2) – WA3.30am (Women’s Game 3) 4.30am (Men’s Game 2) – NT4.00 am (Women’s Game 3) 5.00am (Men’s Game 2) – QLD4.30am (Women’s Game 3) 5.30am (Men’s Game 2) – SA5.00am (Women’s Game 3) 6.00am (Men’s Game 2) – NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS
Chelsea manager Lampard: Hudson-Odoi, James not ready for returnby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea manager Frank Lampard says Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James need more time in the U23s.The teenage duo are expected to be utilised in Lampard’s first-team squad after returning to action with the U23 side last week.But Lampard wants to see them gain more fitness before returning to be considered for selection.”They are fit but not match fit,” said Lampard ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash with Valencia. “Callum is getting extra work in and with Reece, he played in the Under-23s and they may need another game in the Under-23s in them before they are ready for action. N’Golo similarly. “Although not to play in Under-23s, he will have more training to do just because the injury has been bothering him.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
YouTubeThe Jameis Winston crab legs story was one of the craziest of the year in college football, and based on a clip from ESPN’s “Draft Academy,” we may not have had the whole story after all. On the “Combine” episode of ESPN’s series, while going through interview practice with Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, Winston went into detail about the crab legs incident, explaining that a Publix employee had “hooked him up” with the free food before someone else called security on him.This certainly changes the story, and seems like it could be an NCAA issue, especially if this is a common occurence. We’ll continue to update on this new development as more unfolds.