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8 Display of licensed status

8.1.2 - Display of licensed status – B2B operators

Applies to:

All gaming machine technical, gambling software and host licences

Read additional guidance on the technical requirements contained within this section.

  1. Licensees offering the supply of gaming machines or gambling software on websites must:

    1. display the following information on the first page of the website which offers gaming machines or gambling software in reliance on the licence:
      1. a statement that they are licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission;
      2. their account number; and
      3. a link (which will be supplied by the Commission) to their current licensed status as recorded on to the Commission’s website.
    2. display at least the information at a above on each page of the website which offers gaming machines or gambling software in reliance on the licence; and
    3. where they offer on pages of, or by means of a link from, their website, the supply of gaming machines or gambling software which are not provided in reliance on their licence, clearly distinguish those products which are regulated by the Commission from those which are not.
  2. Such statement, account number and link must be in the format, provided by the means, and contain the information from time to time specified by the Commission in its technical standards applicable to the kind of facilities for gambling provided in accordance with this licence or otherwise notified to licensees for the purposes of this condition.

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