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    It Seems ASA is Totally Against Gambling Fluffy Animals

    ASA made an online casino to remove their advertisements from the social media platforms because it contained gambling fluffy animals. They stated that it's totally "irresponsible" since those cutie visual effects can easily attract minors to gamble. But come on... everyone loves fluffy things.

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    ASA Ban Two 32Red Online Adverts for Appealing to Children

    The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) have just banned two adverts for 32Red after finding that those online ads were appealing to children. The two adverts were both appearing regularly when people used popular search engine Google for “Jack and the Beanstalk”. Let’s take a look. If you take a look at the latest online gambling […]

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    ASA Bans Coral and Bet Index Advertisements

    The latest reports from the UK state that both Coral and Bet Index have received advertising bans from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). These punishments come after both companies had ads which were deemed irresponsible. Let’s take a look.  Funnily enough, you would think that slowly we would start to hear less stories about gambling […]

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    ASA Bans Football Index Ad

    The latest reports suggest that Football Index will be facing a ban for using underage footballers as part of their paid-for Facebook advert. The ban was handed to them by Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), who saw the promotion as wrong. Let’s take a look at the story as a whole.  In the UK, there has […]

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    4 Gambling Adverts Banned by ASA

    The most recent reports show that four different advertisements for LottoGo EuroMillions, William Hill Vegas, Betfair Bingo and Dunder have all been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority, which is also known as the ASA. According to the rumors, the operators failed to ensure that children were not directed by these advertisements. Let’s take a […]