Betting intermediaries can be remote or non-remote. The need for a betting intermediary licence will depend upon whether or not facilities for gambling are provided under Section 5 of the Gambling Act 2005 (opens in new tab).
Current application fees
|Fee category||Annual gross gambling yield||Application fee|
|A1||Less than £5.5 million||£285|
|B1||£5.5 million or greater, up to but excluding £110 million||£285|
|C1||£110 million or greater||£285|
Current annual fees
Your first annual fee is due 30 days after your licence is issued and is reduced by 25% (ancillary and linked licence annual fees are not subject to this reduction).
After this, fees are due every year before the anniversary of the day your licence was issued.
|Fee category||Annual gross gambling yield||Annual fee|
|A1||Less than £5.5 million||£322|
|B1||£5.5 million or greater, up to but excluding £110 million||£4,919|
|C1||£110 million or greater||£4,989|
- Non-remote general betting standard operating licence
- Non-remote general betting limited operating licence
- Non-remote pool betting operating licence
- Remote general betting standard real events licence
- Remote general betting standard virtual events licence
- Remote betting host real events licence
- Remote betting host virtual events licence
- Remote general betting limited licence
- Remote betting intermediary operating licence
- Remote betting intermediary trading rooms only licence
- Remote pool betting licence
Last updated: 5 April 2022
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