The Swedish Gambling Authority, Spelinspektionen, has fined four more gambling operators over accepting wagers on sporting events involving underage athletes.
The gambling operators slapped with a fine are ComeOn Sweden Ltd, which operates the comeon.com and comeon.se websites, Hajper Ltd., which operates hajper.com, Legolas Invest Ltd., which runs legolas.bet and mobile.legolas.bet, and Faster Ltd., which operates faster.com.
Several gambling operators have been fined recently for violating the regulations recently. Top gambling operators like bet365, The Stars Group, and Flutter Entertainment Group (Former Paddy Power Betfair) have been fined by the Swedish Gambling Regulator Spelinspektionen.
ComeOn has been slapped with a fine of SEK6 million (approx. $620,070 million), while Hajper was fined SEK4.5 million (approx. $465,052).
Two other gambling operators, LeoGlas and Faster have been fined SEK100,000 (approx. $10,334) and SEK9.5 million ($981,777) respectively. Faster received the highest fine.
Recently the Swedish gambling regulator also revoked the online gambling license of Global Gaming which operated the Ninja casino in the country. The license was revoked with immediate effect as the gambling regulator found discrepancies in its accounts and payments.
While the gambling operator made appeals in the competitive courts its appeal stood rejected by three different courts.