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Guidance to licensing authorities

The Gambling Commission's guidance for licensing authorities.


6 - Advertising

29.52. The Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014 (opens in new tab) amended the Act so that from 1 November 2014, gambling operators that provide facilities for remote gambling requires remote gambling operators selling into the British market, whether based here or abroad, to hold a Commission licence to enable them to transact with British consumers.

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