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NJ DGE issues penalty packages to NYX and William Hill

| By Daniel O'Boyle

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has issued two civil penalty packages to NYX for unapproved games and regulatory violations, as well as a penalty to William Hill for self-exclusion failings.

The penalties were announced as part of the DGE director’s actions from November 16 to November 30, which also included a $5,000 penalty for PokerStars for a violation of data retention rules and a series of three penalties, totalling $11,000, for iGaming Cloud for self-exclusion failings, operating unapproved software and revenue reporting violations.

NYX, a supplier and part of SG Digital, was ruled to have deployed three games that were different to the versions tested and approved by the DGE in a docket dates 18 November. As a result, SG Digital was ordered to pay a fine of $100,000.

The DGE said in its sanction of NYX the supplier violated section 13:69D-2.3(f)2 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, which states the DGE must be provided with release notes 24 hours before any update of a game.

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