Rank Online Casinos Bonus Payout Download
1. Inter Casino Visit £/€/$250 97.43% Download
2. 32Red Online Casino Visit £/€/$160 98.24% Download
3. Jackpot City Casino Visit £/€/$500 97.21% Download
4. All Slots Casino Visit £/€/$500 97.39% Download

Archive for the ‘Gambling In The United Kingdom’ Category

Lottery In The United Kingdom

The UK largest lottery is known as the National Lottery, which was set up under government licence in 1993. A statute of 1698 provided that in England lotteries were by default illegal unless specifically authorised by statute. An 1934 Act legalised small lotteries, which was further liberalised in 1956 and 1976. There could be no […]

The Basic Concept Of Sports Betting In The UK

Sports Betting: General In this Act “sports betting” means making or accepting a bet on: The outcome of a race, competition or other event or process The likelihood of anything occurring or not occurring Whether anything is or is not true A transaction that relates to the outcome of a race, competition or other event […]

Sports Betting In The UK

Sports betting and gambling has a long history in the United Kingdom, having been controlled for many decades and more recently relaxed. The 1960 Act legalised off-course bookmakers. Pool betting on horses is a monopoly of the state owned Tote. There is a large market in the United Kingdom for gambling and betting on competitive […]

Slots, Bingo And Casinos In The United Kingdom

The game of Bingo was popularised in the armed forces in the Second World War and brought back to Britain after the end. The Betting and Gaming Act 1960 allowed commercial bingo halls to be set up, provided they were established as members-only clubs and had to get their take from membership fees and charges […]

Gambling In The United Kingdom

Gambling in the United Kingdom is regulated by the Gambling Commission on behalf of the government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) under the Gambling Act 2005. This Act of Parliament significantly updated the UK’s gambling laws, including the introduction of a new structure of protections for children and vulnerable adults, as well as […]