New rules about age verification within the gambling industry in the UK won’t deter the most determined young people from accessing online gaming services and pornographic content, experts have said - despite being a welcome step in the right direction.

The UK Porn Block will come into place on July 15th, and will see the compulsory enrollment and age verification by adult websites that have a footprint in the UK.

The new licence conditions and codes of practice (LCCP) requires remote operators to verify a customer’s age before they can deposit funds into an account, and before they can gamble with their own money or a free bet or bonus.

UK customers will also be required to prove they are over 18 before they can access free-to-play versions games on gambling websites.

And the tool young people are most likely to use to circumvent the age verification process will be a VPN, according to Robin Tombs, CEO and co-founder of Digital Identity system, Yoti.

“This new regulation is about making the internet safer and helping to prevent children from accidentally accessing adult content," he told TechRadar Pro.

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