Singapore seeks ARJEL help for potential igaming regulation

Charles Coppolani ARJEL President

A Singapore special delegation focusing on igaming have visited French igaming regulator ARJEL, as part of a fact finding mission that could lead to a revamping of Singaporean igaming and sports betting regulations.

The French gambling regulator  stated that it was consulting with Singapore delegation with regards to the implementation of igaming laws, taxes and monitoring of operator behaviour. The Singapore delegation are said to be touring regulated European igaming states.

For the past year the Singapore government has been drafting its regulatory approach for the possible  introduction of a regulated igaming industry.

Although not directly involved in the meetings with the Singapore delegation, Charles Coppolani ARJEL President welcomed Singapore representatives, adding

“This meeting is part of the necessary exchanges… to ensure that gambling and online gambling entertainment remain consistent with the challenges of internal security, health and the fight against the scourges that are international corruption and money laundering,” 

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