Toto Online to pay €400k fine for teenagers

The famous Dutch brand ‘Toto Online’ has to pay a fine of 400,000 euros for targeting in a marketing campaign.

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The Korea Game Administration recently discovered that the company is operating advertisements in an illegal manner for strictly banned teenagers.

Young adults are people between the ages of 18 and 23, and they are not allowed to be included in the targets of online or offline casinos.

The Gaming Commission found that Toto Online included an entire customer base in its advertising campaign.

The company began sending messages on October 1, 2021, when the legal market for online gambling began to work. This campaign has been running since February 1, 2022. During this time, the company is breaking laws enacted to regulate the online gambling market across the country, especially the Dutch Remote Gambling Act. The obligations also include the operator’s permission and compliance.

The campaign contains a lot of information about the brand, including the latest events, tools and discounts related to Toto Online. In addition, teenagers received messages from gambling providers about various bonus offers in situations where they were not supposed to receive any offers.

The Gaming Agency found out that two more iGaming companies broke the law, but we still don’t know the name. One company targeted self-excluded individuals, and the other encouraged illegal gambling. Both of these acts are prohibited, so companies will have to face the consequences of their actions. We hope to provide an update on this as more details are revealed.

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