Insights & Analysis

Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man have all pledged to publish public registers of the true owners of the offshore companies incorporated in their jurisdictions, putting pressure on gambling operators who use crown dependencies to serve restricted markets.

Jersey’s chief gambling regulator has said he is one of the few people pleased to see the UK point of consumption (PoC) changes come into...

Jersey has issued its first online gambling operator licence four years after ministers on the English Channel Island agreed to regulate...

Regulatory Research

Following a consultation launched by the government, it was announced in late 2015 that Jersey’s e-gaming activities are allowed to...
Ticket sales in Jersey for the Channel Islands Lottery grew to £5.68m in 2014, versus £1.85m in 2013, as a result of a price increase for ...