I looked at 1account for age verification but they refused to tell me what they did with my customers data!! Seems like they keep it and I understand they are backed by russian porn money so no guesses where your client data will end up!!!Thanks for all of the feedback so far. It's very useful. As News Hound points out, in order to play demo games anywhere online in the UK, by law these must be overlaid by an age verification gateway. There are different tools out there, all of which capture personal information and we have opted to integrate 1account's solution on First Look Games and route our game providers' demo games through it. For everyone's reference, what transpires in the process is a digital check against a variety of databases - the electoral roll being one as pointed out - to verify that you are over 18. Here's how it works:You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.. What is certainly not sufficient with regards UKGC regulations is a simple date of birth entry if the site is aimed at a player audience. Play'n GO may get away with it as they're a B2B provider whose website principally targets an industry audience.
I appreciate entering personal information in order to play a demo game is not everyone's cup of tea, but it is the only way to do it going forward if you want to 'try before you buy' on casino games in the UK.