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AGCO fines operators over uncertified slot games

| By Robert Fletcher
The Registrar of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has issued a total of CA$70,000 (£41,709/€47,286/US$51,815) in fines to three operators for offering uncertified slot games in the Canadian province.
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Bunchberry Limited, Mobile Incorporated Limited and LeoVegas Gaming were all flagged for breaching of Standards 4.08 and 4.09, which relate to a requirement of licensees to secure approval for all slots from an independent testing laboratory.

Mobile Incorporated was also ruled to have breached Standard 1.22, where the uncertified games it provided were from suppliers that are not registered with the AGCO.

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