iGaming’s Certificate Authority

The authority responsible for regulation of the gaming market in a jurisdiction. TheCertificate Authority issues licences to gambling operators, can levy fines and revoke licences, and is tasked with investigating and prosecuting illegal gambling. It is also responsible for advising national and local government on gambling-related issues.

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There are currently 4 names in this directory beginning with the letter C.
CCC (Commonwealth Casino Commission)
As the casino gaming regulatory agency of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)'s Third Senatorial District, the Commonwealth Casino Commission ("CCC") takes the helm of the Saipan's casino gaming industry and governs through its strict regulatory framework. The objectives of the CCC are to ensure the proper gaming revenue reporting from the CCC licensees, prevent unlicensed persons from sharing in casino profits, protect against fraud, protect the integrity of casino games, and monitor the financial viability of the CCC licensees.

CEZA (Cagayan Economic Zone Authority)
The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) is a government owned and controlled corporation that was created by virtue of Republic Act 7922, otherwise known as the “Cagayan Special Economic Zone Act of 1995″. It was authored by Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, a native of Cagayan Province, and approved by then President Fidel V. Ramos. It has been tasked to manage and supervise the development of the Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Freeport (CSEZFP).

CRA (Casino Regulatory Authority)
The Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA) was established as a statutory board under the Ministry of Home Affairs on 2 April 2008, and is responsible for regulating the casino industry in Singapore.

CSEZFP (Cagayan Special Economic Zone & Freeport)
As a Freeport, it operates as a separate customs territory similar to Hong Kong, Singapore, Lubuan in Malaysia and Hamburg in Germany. It is envisioned to be a major transshipment point for trade in the Asia-Pacific rim. In this light, it now opens itself to interesting business opportunities with attractive incentives and advantages for interested investors that would like to register in CEZA. These developments are all deemed toward attracting legitimate and productive local and foreign investments and, thus, creating employment opportunities in and around the Freeport.