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.
There are currently 7 names in this directory beginning with the letter G.
The Gambling Commission for Great Britain, the regulatory body for casinos, bingo clubs, gaming machines, betting, remote gambling and larger lotteries (including all local lotteries but excluding the National Lottery)
It means any commission, panel, board or similar body or organization of any Governmental Authority or of any Indian Tribe, in each case, with authority to regulate gaming or other games of chance or the manufacture, sale, lease, distribution or operation of gaming devices or equipment, the design, operation or distribution of internet gaming services or products, online gaming products and services, the ownership or operation of current or contemplated casinos or any other gaming activities and operations in a jurisdiction.
GIRO (Gambling Information Resource Office)
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation's Gambling Information Resource Office provides resources to community groups, local government and the public about gambling and its regulation in Victoria.
GLI (Gaming Laboratories International)
GLI's mission is to provide world-class testing, certification, and professional services to the global gaming industry, and to accomplish our mission with the highest levels of independence and integrity.
GRA (Gambling Regulatory Authority)
The Gambling Regulatory Authority is a body corporate established in 2007 which now operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Finance,
GRA (Greyhound Racing Association)
Since its foundation in 1926, this private organisation has been heavily involved in greyhound racing setting up greyhound stadiums such notably Belle Vue or White City Stadium; currently it operates six venues: Birmingham, Belle Vue, Hall Green, Oxford, Perry Barr, Portsmouth and Wimbledon.