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For more information on the UK Gambling Commission and the standards met by Dealers Casino, please read on.

Within the last 10-15 years, the most households have acquired a good internet connection. As a result of this, the casino market has undergone significant change. Whilst people once needed to visit a gambling shop or casino to play their favourite games, they can now do this from the comfort of their own homes. We, at Dealers Casino, believe that online casinos have a lot to offer their players.

For Dealers Casino account holders, the site offers more than 200 casino titles. These include scratchcards and a wide range of slot titles. Further, we have live baccarat, blackjack and roulette. A key advantage of online membership is the ability to play at your own pace. What’s more, you can always access information about your chosen game at the click of a button. This way, you can always be completely confident that you understand the rules of the casino game you are playing. However, whilst online gambling brings a wide range of benefits, it also has a number of drawbacks. Gambling can be addictive, Please Play Responsibly.

Because online casinos are operated on the internet, they can be run from anywhere in the world. Sometimes, this means that they are not as fair or secure as they should be. Dealers Casino, on the other hand, is assessed and approved by the UK Gambling Commission. This means that we adhere to all of the UK Government’s strict gambling regulations. Every title, whether from Evolution Gaming, NetEnt, Play’n GO, Yggdrasil or Microgaming, is assessed and approved by the Commission. What’s more, the site also meets strict regulation on welcome bonuses and wagering. This ensures that your gambling experience on Dealers Casino will be 100% fair.

For more information on the UK Gambling Commission and the standards met by Dealers Casino, please read on.

The UK Gambling Commission

The UK Gambling Commission was established as a result of the Gambling Act of 2005. It is an non-departmental, administrative public body within the UK government. The Commission is responsible for the regulation of gaming and gambling within Great Britain and also regulates Lotto, the National Lottery.

Currently, the Commission does not manage planning permission for high-street bookmakers, nor their licensing. Instead, licenses for these outfits are managed by local authorities. Further, the Commission does not regulate spread betting, which is handled instead by the Financial Conduct Authority.

In 2007, the Commission became responsible for regulating arcades, bingo halls, casinos, lotteries, betting, slot machines and gambling venues. It took this responsibility over from the Gaming Board for Great Britain. Further, it oversees remote gambling conducted digitally or via telephone, including digital scratch cards, live casino and online casinos.

The Commission’s Responsibilities

The UK Gambling Commission’ is responsible for:

  • Ensuring its licensees comply with all regulatory requirements, including those of the Gambling Act 2005.
  • Cooperating with law enforcement to identify and tackle illegal gambling.
  • Auditing licensees, including their performance and financial activities.
  • Recommending improvements after audits.
  • Issuing fines for non-compliance with regulations.
  • Suspending or withdrawing gaming and gambling licenses when necessary.

The UK Gambling Commission’s Future

The UK Gambling Commission has a comprehensive strategy which outlines its intent for 2018 to 2021. This strategy seeks to ensure that all UK-based gambling and gaming activities are fair and compliant with regulation. These activities include those of online casinos.

The Commission’s primary aim is to ensure that gamblers in the UK are safe and fairly treated. The Commission must balance gamers’ choice, enjoyment and entertainment with the risks gambling poses to society.

The Commission must create strong partnership networks through which it can examine emerging risks and access all available resources. The industry’s inherent risks are ever-changing and to manage them, the Commission must take affirmative action.

A well-regulated industry in which consumers have confidence will only serve to benefit the long-term growth of its businesses.

For further information, please feel free to get in touch with our customer support team.

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