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HelpThis licence entitles you to provide facilities for the playing of bingo by remote communication (for example by internet or mobile phone). Find out more about licences for remote gambling.
HelpThis licence entitles you to provide facilities for the playing of casino games and/or participation in other virtual gaming by remote communication (for example roulette, blackjack, poker, reel games). Find out more about licences for remote gambling.
HelpThis licence entitles you to manufacture, supply, install and adapt gambling software for electronic devices or websites. It allows such activities to be done by remote means (for example sending software updates online via file transfer protocol). Find out more about licences for gambling software businesses.
HelpThis licence entitles you to provide facilities for betting on the outcome of real events (whether or not you also provide betting on virtual events) by means of remote communication. Find out more about types of betting licence.
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The Gambling Commission has found systematic failings with WHG (International) Limited's (t/a William Hill) processes which were aimed at preventing money laundering and harm being caused to problem gamblers. This included senior management failure to mitigate risks and failing to have a sufficient number of staff to ensure the processes were effect between November 2014 and August 2016.
As a result of these systemic failings WHG repeatedly breached the licence condition requiring compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 and the LCCP social responsibility code provision 3.4.1 (customer interaction) in its dealings with at least ten customers who used stolen money, or money that may be the proceeds of crime, to gamble.
WHG has acknowledged its shortcomings and entered into a regulatory settlement on the following terms:
For more information, please see our public statement on this case, which can be found on the
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HelpA status of active means that the operator is currently using this trading name.
If your search does not return results try using just a single word to search (for example instead of ‘Acorn and Horsetree Betting’ just search for ‘Acorn’).
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Searching with a licence number
If you have a licence number from an operator and want to locate the public register record you will need to do the following.
A licence number is usually in the following format 000-012345-N-987654-001. You need to search for the numbers in the first block of 6 digits, removing any leading zeros where they exist. So in this example search for the reference 12345