All Slots and All Jackpots No Longer Accepting UK Players

Published September 3, 2014 by Amir G

All Slots and All Jackpots No Longer Accepting UK Players

UK players are no longer accepted in All Slots Casino and All Jackpots Casino due to new UK gambling bill. Until resolved, UK players are advised to play at Betway Casino.

The effects of the new UK online gambling bill are starting to be felt as both All Slots Casino and All Jackpots Casino have stopped accepting new players from the UK (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales). Both belonging to the established Jackpot Factory Group of Casinos, All Slots Casino and All Jackpots Casino are among the most popular online casinos with UK players recognized for their seniority, steady promotions and large collection of Microgaming games.

UK Gambling Bill

As it stands today, there are many online gambling operators that are physically located in offshore locations like Malta and Gibraltar, which cater to UK residents among others. The UK government passed a new gambling bill earlier this year determining that all online casinos which cater to UK residents are required to a hold a license in the UK and to pay taxes to the British government.

The main goal of the bill is to increase the UK's gross gaming revenue, as operators which wish to keep catering to UK residents must register with a license in the UK and to be subject to pay tax at a rate of 15% on any profit that was generated from UK players. The laws are set to come into force next month, but were extended until January 2015 to give operators more time.

Betway Casino

While this situation is believed to be temporary until licensing issues will be sorted out between the casino operators and the UK authorities, players who access All Slots Casino and All Jackpots Casino from the UK are sent an e-mail where they are advised to open an account with Betway Casino.

A veteran online casino, Betway Casino is widely popular with UK players with its offering of some 500 games and a welcome bonus worth up to $1,000.

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