RGA update on scoping of a National Online Self-Exclusion Scheme

imgresMembership of an online-self-exclusion scheme is a LCCP requirement for all customer facing online gambling operators licensed by the Gambling Commission except lottery operators that don’t offer instant win games.

In August 2016 the Remote Gambling Association commenced a scoping study for the development of a national online self-exclusion scheme (“NOSES”). The work has been undertaken with an industry steering group made up of RGA members as well as engagement with stakeholders such as the Gambling Commission, GambleAware and GamCare. The RGA has made progress into a detailed design phase which will incorporate a new entity to manage the scheme and select a provider to implement and manage the scheme’s technology, amongst other work.

The RGA has published an update on the progress of designing and delivering NOSES that can be downloaded below.

If you are interested in being kept up to date about NOSES and the progress of the project the RGA invites you to email [email protected] to express your interest in receiving communications.