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Betting and Gaming Council issues ‘black market’ warning

In the United Kingdom and the Betting and Gaming Council lobby group has warned the government about the potential danger of unintentionally driving iGaming aficionados into the clutches of unregulated operators.

The London-headquartered organization represents approximately 90% of gaming, sportsbetting, casino and bingo operators in the United Kingdom and it used an official Sunday press release to highlight the results of a fresh investigation from professional services doyen PricewaterhouseCoopers. The concern explained that this examination determined some 200,000 local iGaming punters had made a combined 27 million visits to unlicensed iGaming sites over the course of a recent twelve-month period to place approximately £1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) in accumulated wagers.