Mr Green Fined $3.6m by Sweden’s Gambling Regulator
Spelinspektionen, the Swedish gambling regulator, has issued fines totaling SEK31.5m ($3.62m) and warnings to Mr Green Limited for responsible gambling and anti-money laundering failures. Mr. Green is an online gambling company that began in 2007 and has its headquarters in Malta. It offers online casino, sports betting, live casino and bingo products.
Spelinspektionen has been very active in making sure that licensees are acting in a fully above-board manner. It has not been shy about issuing warnings and fines to operators that are in breach of the rules.
Mr Green Limited was fined SEK31.5m ($3.62m) by Spelinspektionen. It was in breach of responsible gambling and anti-money laundering rules and regulations.
Mr Green fined $3.6m by Sweden’s Gambling Regulator. ComeOn Sweden Ltd fined SEK35m ($4m) for depositing SE kyck into a player's account.
The ComeOn brand was found to have given illegal bonus funds and free bets to a player. Hajper Ltd – SEK50m ($5.74m) was also found guilty of giving illegal free spins.
Mr Green was fined $3.6m by Sweden’s Gambling Regulator. Snabbare Ltd was one of four ComeOn brands that was hit with fines totaling SEK175m ($20.1m) earlier this year.
Mr Green was fined $3.6m by Sweden’s Gambling Regulator. Spooniker Ltd received a fine of SEK100m ($11.5m) for allegedly offering illegal bonuses to players. Following an appeal, the fine was halved to SE kat 50m $5.74m.
Mr Green Limited was fined $3.6m by Sweden’s Gambling Regulator. Mr Green will consider appealing the fine. In February 2020, Mr Greens was also fined £3m ($4.1m) by the UK G gambling commission for failing to properly protect gambling addicts. Spelinspektionen has deemed that Mr. Green did not have sufficient measures in place to help its players reduce their gambling when there was a need to do so.