who We analyze the reasons of the Swedish court that refuses XC Gaming appeal relating to the fine on the bonuses which contested in the Court of Appeal.
The operator of Frankfred e Klrr, sentenced to pay 5 million Swedish crowns of fine last year, had been sanctioned For a series of bonus released to a single player for a value of 21,000 crowns ($ 2058).
Swedish court refuses appeal of XC Gaming: the details on the matter
The Swedish court that refuses the appeal of XC Gaming relating to the fine on the bonuses issued to a player, and contested in the Court of Appeal, He made this decision following the legal gambling law in force in the country.
In fact, according to the regulations, Companies can offer players bonuses only at the time of registrationnull Violated regulations from XC Gaming when it was not yet owned by The Mill Adventure.
The problems for which the Swedish court refuses the appeal began when Only a two -year license was granted to XC Gaming. This still When the market was openednull Spelinspektionen said it could be "difficult" for it to meet certain requirements at that moment because of its dimension.
For these reasons the regulator had placed Some extra questions to the operator. One of these concerned precisely the Measures taken against the customer to whom the highest XC bonus was paid.
By asking these questions they then realized that the customer had received at least six deposits from the operator. Deposit vary between around $ 150 (Sek 1,500) and $ 740 (Sek7,500).
Gaming Inspectorate, moreover, he noticed that While the operator made these bonuses had noticed an increase in customer game levels, and had also invited him to follow a responsible game mode.
In March 2022, XC was acquired by The Mill Adventure. Spelinspektionen said that the violations for which the Swedish court refuses the appeal they dating back to the previous property of XC Gaming.
The regulator, in fact, specifically said that The new owner The Mill Adventure has taken measures to ensure greater compliance with the rules in force.
The company then appealed to the sanction, but The Swedish administrative court (Förvaltningsrätten) refuses XC Gaming appeal relating to a fine on the bonusesnull And moreover the Court established that, Since the shortcomings involved were "very serious", the sanction is proportionate.
The declarations of the Swedish regulator
The regulator, on the fact that the Swedish court refuses appeal of XC Gaming, said: "In total, The player received at least 21,000 sek ($ 2077) and a series of other gifts from the company during the period in questionnull Reason why XC must be fined ”.
And then added: “The Mill Adventure wants to ensure that the company now fully respects the Gaming Act and announces that they were taken special measures to ensure that the provisions on the duty of care and the responsibility of the game are respected“.