For your convenience, we have gathered some great information to bring you a list of the best licensing jurisdictions in the iGaming industry, which will surely be helpful to you as a player. If a time ever comes when this sort of information is deemed as important to you, you are more than welcome to come back to this page for easy reference. With a look at all the jurisdictions, we give you a brief snapshot of each as well as any dispute steps you may have to follow. With each of these jurisdictions, we list the contact details should you ever need to use them.
Below are the jurisdictions that are covered in our list, with each of their contact numbers:
Within the British Channel Islands, Alderney is considered as the third largest. They are not linked to the United Kingdom and are also considered as not being part of the European Union (EU).
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) was first brought about in May 2000. The AGCC goes about providing licenses for remote and online gambling companies. The main focus of the AGCC is to foresee to the regulation of operations in the area to be sure that each company follows the strict rules and sticks to the high standards of gambling. Part and parcel of what makes the AGCC is a keen focus on being completely transparent and fair and offers licenses for the companies in the Alderney area while seeing to supervision duties as well. They make sure that each player is safe and protected at all times and treated in a fair manner. They focus on issuing two main licenses such as these below:
Associate Certificates, Key Individual Certificates and Hosting certificates are some more examples of other iGaming licenses. These licenses are considered as temporary issued by the Commission. To check each of these out, you can navigate to their respective websites to find more information and we've also supplied their address below for easy reference.
If any player has a problem, they are advised to first contact the gambling operator as a first resolution option. This must all be done before a formal complaint is made to the Commission board. Bear in mind though that you may only explore this option if your complaint was not resolved by the operator. You should also direct any complaints in writing only.