UK Gambling Commission Launches Addition to Online Application Service
Gambling entrepreneurs who want to apply for a non-remote gambling license in the UK with online casino software solutions should be informed that the Gambling Commission has extended its application service for non-remote entrepreneurs. The extension now allows operators to apply for a non-remote gaming license, or make changes to their already existing, non-remote gaming licenses.
Operators who purchased online casino software solutions for UK gambling sites could have applied for an online license since February 2014, when the Commission introduced the online application service. Dawn Best, Licensing Manager at the Gambling Commission, explained that this decision is a new step that would provide a full set of online services for all operators who want to apply of a license.
Applicants who are looking for online casino software solutions will have the opportunity to navigate through this application service in a way that would fit their own business model. Like so, gambling operators would be enabled to only answer to questions that are applicable to their individual gambling operations.
Through this system, entrepreneurs are also allowed to introduce information regarding various documents, such as certified copies of bank statements. By doing this, the risk of losing documents would be significantly reduced. Furthermore, the new system would also solve the problem regarding document delivery delay.
Operators who want to purchase online casino software solutions and start a UK casino should know that the Commission still allows non-remote applicants to use the already existing manual application forms.
The Gambling Commission has recently reported that non-remote gaming operators are still leading the gaming and betting market in the UK. According to a recent study, the British gambling industry raked in a total gross gaming yield of around €8.4 billion between October 2012 and September 2013.
BY CASINOWEBSCRIPTS PUBLISHED 21 July 2014