BGO Leisure has set its participant databases up for sale pursuing final month’s suspension of its licence by the GB Gambling Commission.
“Operating in a regulated ecosystem wherever the issued fines are not proportional vs . the dimensions of the operation makes very little sense for BGO,” a agent of the operator told iGB.
“It is with regret that BGO surrendered its licence immediately after 9 prosperous a long time, but it was the right choice to safeguard the gamers, staff members and affiliate partners from a potential default,” they explained. “We welcome delivers on the databases and model from other operators with a remaining hunger for the industry.”
The nine years’ worth of participant facts contains 430,000 lively GB participant accounts throughout the BGO, Powerspins, Vegasluck and Chilli.com brands, with the operating business getting produced £300m NGR in that period of time, iGB understands. The BGO.com domain will also be put up for sale.
BGO’s licence was suspended with quick outcome on 15 Oct, even though the Gambling Commission carried out a assessment below Segment 116 of the 2005 Gambling Act.
The Fee said that “failing to defend consumers” experienced been a critical thing to consider in its decision to carry out the overview.