Bets agreed to be company Ladbrokes, William Hill, and PT’s entertainment, change, online games, promotions, after the pressure of the regulatory authority.
The competition and markets authority (CMA) said punters need to be able to cash, if you want it, and to play, to release to win.
He said that “gambling companies must now stop the unfair online actions, the trap player, “money”.
The changes apply to all promotions.
Following a CMA investigation into whether or not the sector was ground-breaking consumer-protection-law, three companies – Ladbrokes, William Hill and PT-Entertainment – changes to bonus promotions for online games such as roulette and poker.
Players will not be required to play several times before you can withdraw your own money Gaming companies need to ensure that all restrictions on the game are clear, the players, and not rely on vague terms, to take the player’s money Gambling companies must attract no players in public
The gambling Commission, the company must, together with the CMA, said the investigation over the entire sector “to adopt in a timely manner, the similar changes”.
“Companies that do not do so in the face of regulatory action by the gambling Commission, said,” the CMA in its comments.
Instructions for the gambling companies will be released this year.
Gambling Commission executive director, Sarah Gardner, said: “the gambling companies must treat their customers fairly and any unreasonable conditions to their promotions and offers.””Productive Conversations”
Brian Wright, director of business for the Remote Gambling Association, said: “It is to be clearly learned lessons which will increase for some businesses and we work with the gambling Commission and other standards, wherever necessary.
“We have already decided on, productive discussions with the CMA and the Commission to examine how to achieve the best.”
Ladbrokes, Coral statement, the company said, recognized that “the things went unintentionally too far,” and to improve that the new rules would be the transparency.
“It is never comfortable in the spotlight on this type of questions, but we are pleased that a way forward has now been discovered and are committed to ensuring that we meet the standards,” the company said.
William Hill said in a statement: “As one of the largest online betting and gaming brands in the UK, William Hill, together with the CMA to ensure that their concerns were fully met.
“We welcome the standards and principles outlined in the CMA, and we look forward to their adoption in the industry as a whole.”