Reference
47699
Licensee name
SHUA Limited
Principal address
Studio K, Brewery Works
Cains Brewery Village
LIVERPOOL
L8 5XJ
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Sanctions
Status:
Warning
Decision date:
14 May 2018
Licence type:
Non - Remote Bingo

Following a licence review, the Commission decided it was appropriate to issue Shua Limited trading as Bongos Bingo a warning under section 117(1)(a) of the Gambling Act 2005. The reason for the decision was because the Licensee breached the following conditions of its licence:

  • Commission specific conditions set out in Part 2 of the Licensee’s operating licence, which required that the Licensee must notify the Commission and local authority at least 28 days before any event taking place in new premises by providing a description of the event taking place, a copy of the premises contract, and any amendment to the rules to the bingo.
  • Paragraph 1 of social responsibility code provision 3.2.5 (Access to gambling by children and young persons)
  • Paragraph 1 of social responsibility code provision 3.4.1 (Customer interaction)
  • Paragraph 1 of social responsibility code provision 3.3.1 (Responsible gambling information)
  • Paragraph 1 of social responsibility code provision 3.5.1 (Self-exclusion)

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