Tougher standards on gambling advertising announced (see ASA / CAP website) What really cracked me up is the bit below... wtf?! "...Evidence reviewed in developing the CAP guidance suggests that advertising does not play a causal or even significant role in problem gambling or harm in general..." This whole cowshit about the new advertising rules to protect vulnerable players and prevent gambling problems is beyond me. Same applies to the money laundering laws, UKGC is now also pushing operators to request info on "source of income" from players. So someone can spend £10k on Amazon without a problem, but if he wants to play at a casino he needs to provide source of income?