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Regulatory pressure on slot machines throughout the world has rarely been more intense, with numerous national and regional governments taking recent action to cut stakes, pull machines from the market or impose other regulatory restrictions on slot operators.

GamblingCompliance helps machine suppliers, operators and advisors to identify new market opportunities, pre-empt legal risks and analyse how global regulators are embracing new products like skill-based devices.

In the third of a series of articles focusing on the operational and practical implications of the Gambling Act, Gamblingcompliance provides a guide to Machine and Software Licensing.
This paper will review the new law, regulations and guidance papers to analyse the responsibilities of operators and personnel in securing their facilities against under-age gamblers.
GAMING MACHINESPart 10...
Gambling Act 2005 – establishment of standards for gaming machines (S.96) and software (S.97).
Café and bar owners, and even post offices, have been among the first beneficiaries of the new approach to gambling licencing in Italy, as machines have begun to spring up in public spaces across...
Licence Conditions And Codes Of Practice Consultation - June 2006...
The ninety-day grace period during which slots operators in Peru can apply for an official gaming licence is set to end on March 24, but government threats of a “severe crackdown” after that date...
Aristocrat Leisure Ltd., the world's second-largest maker of slot machines, saw revenues from its Japanese business fall more than 80% in the second-half of 2006, as new rules limiting machine...
Greentrack in Eutaw, Alabama is continuing to operate video bingo machines despite an Alabama Supreme Court ruling that video lottery machines are illegal.

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