Asa Censures Netplay Tv Ad

ASA CENSURES NETPLAY TV AD

30th May, 2012 at 07:53:41
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Clips supercasino.com brand's advertising wings

A television advert for Netplay TV Group Ltd's supercasino.com brand was censured by the UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after the body received complaints that the ad irresponsibly glamorised gambling.

The advert shows an all-confident man flashing a casino chip at attractive women, doormen and the like, while a soundtrack containing the lyrics "Everybody wanna be famous, reaching for the stars, who could blame us... Las Vegas, VIP status... everybody wanna be someone special" plays in the background.

The ASA ruled the advert may not appear in its current form again.

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