Tag Archives: Gambling Act 2015

David Clifton: Licensing Expert – A potentially lethal parting shot

Sarah Harrison departs from her position as Chief Executive of the Gambling Commission at the end of February 2018. Before she goes, she is leaving a potentially lethal parting shot for a substantial number of operators within the gambling industry.. I am referring to the Commission’s letter sent to all of its licensed online casino operators on 4 January, in which …

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UKGC – Have your say on new controls to prevent crime in gambling

Operators and members of the public are being invited to take part in a consultation on proposed regulation changes aimed at preventing crime linked to gambling. The proposals focus on improving practices to keep gambling free from crime and being associated with crime. A spokesperson for the Gambling Commission said: “Advances in technology and changes in consumer preference are posing …

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Ireland’s Gambling Act 2015 introduces new online gambling amendments & policies

Following numerous delays since its first draft in 2011, the Irish government approved the passing of the nation’s Gambling Act 2015. The new act is set to introduce new amendments and regulations on online gambling services and will further set new taxations on remote gambling services offered to Ireland’s consumers. The new taxations will see iGaming services (online casino, games …

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