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Incentive Group Limited

Account number


Head office address

Citypoint, 65 Haymarket Terrace,
Edinburgh, EH12 5HD, United Kingdom

Licence summary

Activity Status From To
Betting Intermediary Remote 037887-R-318924-018 Surrendered 26 Jun 2018 16 Sep 2020
Casino Remote 037887-R-318924-018 Surrendered 20 Jun 2017 16 Sep 2020
Gambling Software Remote 037887-R-318924-018 Surrendered 14 Feb 2018 16 Sep 2020
General Betting Standard - Real Event Remote 037887-R-318924-018 Surrendered 3 Feb 2017 16 Sep 2020
General Betting Standard - Virtual Event Remote 037887-R-318924-018 Surrendered 10 May 2019 16 Sep 2020
Pool Betting Remote 037887-R-318924-018 Surrendered 1 Sep 2014 16 Sep 2020

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Types of licence

Ancillary Remote

Authorises the licensee to provide facilities for single premises gaming by means of remote communication equipment that is situated entirely on the set of premises on which the gaming takes place


A non-remote licence is required for physical, land-based gambling, for example, bookmakers, betting shops, arcades and casinos.


A remote licence is required for any gambling provided to players online or by other remote means. This licence is also required if any gambling equipment is based in Great Britain.

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