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Rules & Regs

Rules & Regs

The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) in November 2019 released an annual study on gambling regulation around the world. The goal of IAGR with this study is to evaluate the size of the gambling market in different countries, comparable data for the gambling market in different countries, and regulated gambling types in different countries. The regulatory agencies have many things in common including words used in their mission statements as well as the powers assigned to them. Even though it’s a high number, it’s surprising that a full 7 percent of regulators do not have the ability to perform audits and assure compliance with the companies they oversee or that 11 percent are not tasked with licensing. To obtain a full copy of the report, visit

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