Lithuania’s Gambling Supervisory Authority has issued Top Sport with another fine after it was again found to have breached regulations in the country regarding CCTV at its retail betting facilities.
Top Sport was fined €15,000 (£13,273/$15,854) over the improper installation of a digital video recording system at a betting and slots location in Vilnius.
During an inspection, the Authority found that the image quality of videos was poor and the actions of employees working at the cash desk in the facility were not clearly visible in the footage.
The Authority also said that the way the video cameras were installed meant it was not always possible to see how much money was being paid in by and out to customers.
This, the regulator said, was in breach of Article 15, Paragraphs 2 and 3 of the Lithuanian Law on Gambling.
In addition, the Authority said certain parts of video recording at the betting facility were not saved, which constituted a further breach of regulations, namely P..