Regulatory and compliance

Compliance requires licence holders to understand and act in accordance with the Lotteries and Gaming Act

Regulatory and compliance

  • Assistance to Key Official in daily duties
  • Support in ensuring day to day compliance with Remote Gaming Regulations
  • Assistance in preparation of player liability reporting and gaming tax computation
  • Assistance in preparation for and during Compliance Audit

Once the gaming equipment is sealed, any changes to the gaming equipment, such as rules of the game or any other intended divergences from the original Licence application must be submitted to MGA for approval.

Other key reports required by the MGA to monitor the overall gaming activity are listed below:

  1. Incident reporting
  2. Decomission
  3. Yearly audited accounts
  4. Monthly reports

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