Application forms and guidance notes Application Forms and Guidance Notes for gambling and e-gaming on the Isle of Man. The Gambling Supervision Commission ('GSC') is available to offer guidance on the process and discussion around the interpretation of OGRA throughout the application process.
Details of the fees payable in respect of gambling licences and permits are available on our fees page. Public Register. The Gambling Commission public register holds the details of all operating licence holders, personal licence holders and premises licences.
If you provide facilities for remote gambling (online or through other means), and advertise to consumers in Britain, you will need a licence from the Gambling Commission. Local licensing.
The Commission maintains a register of eGambling licences and certificates. The register is available at the offices of the Commission for inspection by members of the public, by prior appointment. By selecting from the menu to the left, you will be able to access an extract from the register showing the following licences and certificates currently in issue.
In addition to the application fee an annual fee is payable for some permits issued under the Gambling Act in order to keep them active. Public Register. The Gambling Commission public register holds the details of all operating licence holders, personal licence holders and premises licences. For details of other licence and permit holders.
There is a remote operating licence for each type of gambling activity you might want to provide. This licence allows you to manage a remote (eg online) lottery on behalf of a society or local.
The Gambling Commission. The Gambling Commission came about as a result of the Act and regulates gaming and certain lotteries. The Gambling Commission grants operating and personal licences for commercial gambling and people working in the industry. It will also regulate certain lottery managers and promoters. The council as a Licensing Authority.
Searching with a licence number. If you have a licence number from an operator and want to locate the public register record you will need to do the following. A licence number is usually in the following format 000-012345-N-987654-001. You need to search for the numbers in the first block of 6 digits, removing any leading zeros where they exist.
Licence holders. Current licence holders of the Gambling Supervision Commission. Where an OGRA operator is currently offering their product for public consumption a website address will be provided.
If you have a licence number from an operator and want to locate the public register record you will need to do the following. A licence number is usually in the following format.
Dashboard Gambling Commission: personal licence renewals This dashboard shows information about how the Gambling Commission: personal licence renewals service is currently performing.
In addition to the licensing and regulation of land-based gambling operations (casino, amusement and slot machines, betting offices and lotteries), the Commission also regulates all online gambling activities, which have grown significantly in recent years. The core principles the commission upholds are to keep the gambling industry crime free.
The Jersey Gambling Commission is responsible for the regulation of gambling in the Island. We have responsibility for all commercial and charitable gambling, with the exception of the Channel Islands Lottery, which is administered directly by the Government of Jersey.
Part 2 The Gambling Commission. 20. Establishment of the Commission. 21. Gaming Board: transfer to Commission. 22. Duty to promote the licensing objectives. 23. Statement of principles for licensing and regulation. 24. Codes of practice. 25. Guidance to local authorities. 26. Duty to advise Secretary of State. 27. Compliance. 28. Investigation.
The UK Gambling Commission has suspended the licences of two online operators with immediate effect and commenced reviews for failure to fully integrate the self-exclusion scheme GAMSTOP. All online operators were notified in January that participating in GAMSTOP by 31 March was a requirement of their licence conditions and social responsibility code provision 3.5.5.
Our phonelines are open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10 am and 4 pm. The contact us service is also available for answers to common questions and we will aim to respond to these enquiries as quickly as possible. If you have a question about your gambling, or the gambling of someone close to you, our FAQs from gambling consumers during lockdown may provide valuable information.
Gambling industry licences If you are involved in gaming, gambling or betting in the Northern Territory (NT), you must have a licence. The NT Racing Commission manages licensing of racing-related activities and the Director-General of Licensing issues all other forms of gambling licences.
Employees must hold a gaming industry employee licence if they are employed by, or working for a venue operator, the monitoring licensee, or a gaming machine services provider. What you need to do To get a new GIE licence, you'll need to get a police certificate, a credit report, a colour passport photo and complete the online application.
This site contains all the information and application forms that an eGambling company would need to make an informed decision about choosing to locate to Alderney. The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) was established in May 2000. The Commission, consisting of the Chairman and three members, is independent and non political, and regulates eGambling on.