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    • Gambling regulation in the United States

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    • Aleatory contract

    • An aleatory contract is a contract in which the performance of one or both parties is contingent upon the occurrence of a particular event. The most common type of aleatory contract is an insurance policy. Such an insurance contract may be a boon to one party but create a major loss for the other, as more in benefits m ... Read »


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    • ARJEL

    • The French Autorité de régulation des jeux en ligne (English: "Regulatory authority for online games"), usually referred to as ARJEL, is an independent administrative authority, specifically designed to regulate online gambling in France. It was created by Article 34 of Law No 2010-476 (The French Gambling Act) o ... Read »


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    • Black Book (gambling)

    • "Black Book" is the nickname frequently used to refer to a list of people who are unwelcome in casinos. The name comes from the fact that the people listed in the "book" are essentially "blacklisted". The term can refer either to such a list officially maintained by a particular Gaming Control Board, or to the Griffin ... Read »


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    • ECOGRA

    • eCOGRA (eCommerce Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance) is a London-based internationally approved testing agency and player protection and standards organisation. The company was established in 2003 in the United Kingdom and introduced the first formal self-regulation program to the online gambling industry in 2003. ... Read »


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    • Gambling Commission

    • The Gambling Commission is Great Britain's regulatory body for most, but not all, gambling. It was established under the Gambling Act 2005 and assumed full powers in 2007, taking over responsibility from the Gaming Board for Great Britain, in regulating arcades, betting, bingo, casinos, slot machines and lotteries ... Read »


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    • Gaming control board

    • A gaming control board (GCB), also called by various names including gambling control board, casino control board, gambling board, and gaming commission) is a government agency charged with regulating casino and other types of gaming in a defined geographical area, usually a state, and of enforcing gaming law in genera ... Read »


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    • Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association

    • Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association is a trade association representing online gambling businesses with remote gambling licences issued in Gibraltar. The GBGA is funded by its members, and the majority of remote gambling licence holders holding licences issued by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner are member ... Read »


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    • Gibraltar Regulatory Authority

    • The Gibraltar Regulatory Authority (GRA) was established by the Gibraltar Regulatory Act in October 2000. The GRA is the statutory body in Gibraltar responsible for regulating electronic communications. This includes telecommunications, radio communications and broadcasting transmissions. The GRA serves as both the nat ... Read »


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    • Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission

    • The Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (Manx: Barrantee Oaseirys Karrooghys Vannin) (formerly the Gambling Control Commission) is the Gaming Control Board of the Isle of Man. It regulates most forms of gambling in its territory including land based (casino, amusement and slot machines, betting offices and lott ... Read »


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    • Kahnawake Gaming Commission

    • The Kahnawake Gaming Commission is a gaming regulatory body that licenses and regulates a large number of online casinos, online poker rooms and online sportsbook sites, as well as three land-based poker rooms that are situated within the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawake. The Commission was first established in 1996 purs ... Read »


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    • New Zealand Racing Board

    • The New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) is a statutory monopoly for New Zealand sports betting, including betting on horse racing and greyhound racing. It was established under the Racing Act 2003 to operate the TAB, promote the racing industry and maximise the profits of the industry. It broadcasts racing on two televisio ... Read »


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    • Alcohol and Gaming Authority

    • The Alcohol and Gaming Authority (AGA, previously known as the Nova Scotia Gaming Control Commission) is an agency of the government of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia that regulates gambling and alcoholic beverages in the province. Upon its establishment on April 4, 1995, the Authority assumed the functions of b ... Read »


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    • Skill testing question

    • Skill testing questions (or STQ) are a legal requirement attached to many contests in Canada. (Contesting note: There is no Canadian Federal law requiring an STQ. Federal law cites that if an entity has an STQ requirement for a contest, that it is stated up-front informing consumers. However, some provinces do have an ... Read »


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    • Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation

    • The Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation (VCGR) was the gambling regulator in the Australian state of Victoria from 2004 until February 2012. The VCGR was part of the Victorian Department of Justice. The VCGR regulated the four gambling operators who held a gambling licence in Victoria: On 6 February, 2012, t ... Read »


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