Tag Archives: remote gambling

UKGC statistics report that remote gambling remains resurgent

For the first time this year, The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published its latest set of industry statistics, which aim to provide a snapshot of activity, market changes and trends across all gambling sectors. The statistics, which detail the period from October 2016 to November 2017, reveal that the overall gross gambling yield throughout that time increased 0.7% from the …

Read More »

David Clifton: Licensing Expert – Not only changed licensing fees but also a new type of licence

In his January 3rd posting “Gambling Commission justifies remote licence fee increases” Andy McCarron MD of SBC referred to the changes to the Commission’s annual fee structure that will come into effect from April this year. Those changes were announced in the DCMS “Proposals for Gambling Commission fees from April 2017 – consultation response” document that was published just prior …

Read More »

Industry Snapshot – Remote Gambling

The remote gambling sector in Great Britain has undergone a period of great change in recent times. The Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014 introduced in November 2014 meant that from then on overseas operators offering services to customers in Great Britain needed to obtain licences from the Gambling Commission and undergo consistent regulation. The introduction of the point of …

Read More »