The UK Gambling Commission released its new customer identity verification rules, which formed a part of the regulator’s three-year plan to ensure a “fairer and safer” gambling environment for UK consumers. Under the new rules, operators will have to verify the gambler’s name, address, and date of birth of customers promptly before they are allowed to play. The UKGC said the new rules aim to prevent gambling harm and ease the cashing out process for gamblers.
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