The Gambling Commission has recently published part one of three publications detailing the changes to be introduced to the LCCP to coincide with the new point of consumption regime in Great Britain. Parts two and three are expected to be published towards the end of April. The changes from all three parts are expected to come into force at the beginning of August 2014, with the exception of the requirement for operators to obtain gambling software only from holders of a Gambling Commission gambling software licence, which will not come into force until 1 January 2015.
These changes follow the consultation held by the Gambling Commission in September 2013; see here for our update on that consultation.
The following key changes have been published in Part One of the Gambling Commission’s updates and are expected to be implemented in August 2014:
The following changes have also been published in Part One of the Gambling Commission’s updates and are expected to be implemented in August 2014:
Following the initial consultation on the proposed changes to the LCCP, the Gambling Commission has commenced, intends to commence, or is actively considering commencing, further consultations in relation to the following specific areas:
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