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 6 names in this directory beginning with the letter N.
NCPG (National Council on Problem Gambling)
A council under the Singapore Ministry of Social and Family Development established to reduce the impact of problem gambling on individuals, families and society;
NGCC (National Gambling Control Commission)
The National Gambling Commission Act regulates the gaming industry in South Korea, with the National Gambling Control Commission (NGCC) operating as its regulatory body. The NGCC controls the number of gambling businesses in the country as well as media content so that advertising is not released that may inspire excessive gambling. Limited gambling activities are legal and accessible for Koreans older than 18 years of age, as Korean citizens are only allowed to gamble in one of its casinos and participate in legal sports betting or lotteries.
NIGC (National Indian Gaming Commission)
The National Indian Gaming Commission is a regulatory body that oversees some aspects of gaming on Indian lands, often complementing the work of Indian regulators.
NSWRGFT (New South Wales Responsible Gambling Fund Trust)
The Responsible Gambling Fund (RGF) plays a key role in advising the NSW Government on the allocation of funds for initiatives and programs that support responsible gambling and help reduce gambling-related harms. The RGF is administered by independent Trustees who also provide advice to the Minister on gambling policy matters where an independent and expert view is necessary. Trustees are supported by the NSW Office of Responsible Gambling.
NTGLS (Northern Territory Gambling & Licensing Services)
The NT Racing Commission manages licensing of racing-related activities and the Director-General of Licensing issues all other forms of gambling licences.
NZGC (New Zealand Gambling Commission)
The Gambling Commission is an independent statutory decision-making body established under the Gambling Act 2003. The Commission hears casino licensing applications, and appeals on licensing and enforcement decisions made in relation to gaming machines and other non-casino gambling activities.