The International Association of Gaming Attorneys (IAGA) is a nonprofit professional corporation dedicated to the study and development of gaming law. Formed in 1980, it has grown to more than 500 members worldwide. The high point of IAGA’s year is the annual joint conference with its sister organization the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).
agAntigua and Barbuda Online Gaming Jurisdiction. The Division of Gaming is the regulatory body under the Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC) responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the Offshore Gaming industry in the jurisdiction of Antigua and Barbuda.
The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) is an organization of gaming regulators from around the world who communicate on a continuing basis about matters of common interest and convene annually at a formal meeting.
Casinocity – Jurisdictions HOT (G)
Online gaming jurisdictions directory, ranked by popularity. Provided by Casino City, a complete casino and sportsbook guide and directory. Contains the most thorough casino and gambling guide available.
The Independent Betting Arbitration Service is an authoritative, totally independent third party offering effective dispute resolution procedures to customers who have an unresolved betting dispute with an IBAS registered bookmaker
The European Association for the Study of Gambling (EASG) aims to increase the level of dialogue between its members representing various aspects of gambling. The association provides a forum for the systematic study, discussion and dissemination of knowledge about all matters relating to the study of gambling in Europe. List of Conferences
Isle of Man Online Gaming Jurisdiction (G)
The Isle of Man Government actively encourages the development of gambling and e-gaming business on the Isle of Man. It remains committed to delivering a stable government and strong regulatory environment, supported by a wide range of attractive Business Benefits.
ESSA (European Sports Security Association) and its members are committed to legal and responsible sports betting where customers are given a fair and reliable product by keeping sport clean and free from insider betting or bet rigging and manipulation.
Gambling Commission (G)
The Gambling Commission regulates gambling in the public interest. It does so by keeping crime out of gambling, by ensuring that gambling is conducted fairly and openly, and by protecting children and vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited by gambling. The Commission also provides independent advice to government on gambling in Britain.
OSGA Off Shore Gaming Association (G)
The Off Shore Gaming Association (OSGA) is an independent “watchdog” agency that monitors the Off Shore Sports Gaming Industry in an effort to provide the public an avenue to find reputable companies to wager with
Gambling Control Commision (G)
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) was established in May 2000. The Commission, consisting of the Chairman and three members, is independent and non political, and regulates gambling on behalf of the States of Alderney. The Commission ensures that its regulatory and supervisory approach meets the very highest of international standards.
The Gaming Board for Great Britain (G)
The Gaming Board for Great Britain is the regulatory body for casinos, bingo clubs, gaming machines and the larger society and all local authority lotteries in Great Britain.
The Interactive Gaming Council (IGC) (G)
The Interactive Gaming Council (IGC) is a non-profit trade association that serves as a collective voice for the interactive gaming industry. The IGC builds credibility in the industry and creates member benefits by aggressively addressing legislative and regulatory challenges and opportunities
Global Betting & Gaming Consultans (G)
The global expansion of gambling led partially by the Internet and continuing deregulation has enabled GBGC to help operators, governments, financial institutions and the media on a continuing basis. We believe that gambling in the future will be regarded as a mainstream business activity no different from any other throughout the world
World Lottery Association (G)
The World Lottery Association (WLA) is an international member organization representing 144 lotteries from 74 countries on all five continents, with combined annual revenues in excess of US$ 120 billion. The WLA also represents 63 lottery industry suppliers as Associate Members.
To provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on gaming matters and on special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European gaming regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere. Current of interest: Links to regulators