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Non-remote gaming machine technical – supplier operating licence

Allows you to adapt, install, maintain, repair and supply all categories of gaming machine or part of a gaming machine. All the machines you supply to gambling businesses licensed in Great Britain must comply with the gaming machine technical standards. 

A business which makes gaming machines available for use on its premises by the public, for example an arcade or a pub, is not supplying those machines to the public, it is merely making them available for use, so a suppliers licence is not required. However, the appropriate licence or permit must be in place to allow machines to be made available for use on the premises.

Ancillary remote operating licence – email only

If you are applying for a non-remote gaming machines operating licence and you want to supply part of your service by email only, you can add an ancillary remote licence to your main licence. 

       Application fee: £100
       Annual fee: no cost 

If you supply part of your service by any other means of remote communication you will need one of the remote gaming machine technical licences listed above. 

Application fee non-remote gaming machine technical – supplier operating licence 

  Annual gross sales
 

A

B

C

Less than £550k

£550k - £6.6m

£6.6m+

Gaming machine technical: supplier

£977

£1,627

£4,882

Annual fee

Your first annual fee is due 30 days after your licence is issued to you and every year on the anniversary of the day your licence was issued.

For the first year, unless you are applying for a remote licence, the annual fees below will be reduced by 25% (ancillary and linked licence annual fees are not subject to this reduction).   

If you apply for a combination of different operating licences, you will get a discount on your annual fee. 

 Annual gross sales
 

A

B

C

Less than £550k

£550k - £6.6m

£6.6m+

Gaming machine technical: supplier

£1,258

£3,397

£4,338