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Volume: 16 Issue: 7
(July 2017)

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gb gambling commissions technical standards overhaul tempered still revolutionary british gambling commission (‘gc now published response document earlier

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The GB Gambling Commission’s Technical Standards overhaul: tempered but still revolutionary

The British Gambling Commission (‘GC’) has now published its response document to its earlier consultation on changes to the ‘Remote gambling and software technical standards’ (‘RTS’), alongside an updated version of the RTS. This consultation drew some positive feedback from industry for some of the measures therein, while other measures caused concern. Alasdair Lamb of CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP analyses the updated RTS, and looks at how the GC has reacted to some of the industry’s concerns, such as around the proposal to prescribe more specifically the gambling and account history that must be made available to players.

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