Danish national gambling regulatory body Spillemyndigheden has entered into a partnership with the UK Gambling Commission.
Under the agreement, the regulatory bodies will cooperate on projects and share information related to the gambling industry.
The partnership will help both bodies with their respective processes surrounding the fight against money-laundering, in addition to the ongoing protection of consumers and prevention of problem gambling.
The two organisations will also collaborate on projects to boost the management of player accounts as well as the supervision of advertising in the UK and Danish markets.
“The signature of this agreement with Gambling Commission pursues cooperation policy with regulatory authorities sharing a common view on online gambling regulation,” Spillemyndigheden said in a statement.
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