The UK Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has published guidance entitled “Preparing for no deal Brexit if you work in gambling” (that can be downloaded below).
The guidance incorporates an 8 point checklist to understand what you need to do to prepare for no deal Brexit if you work in gambling. It states as follows:
Use our 8 point checklist to understand what you need to do to prepare for no deal Brexit if you work in gambling. For a more comprehensive overview also use the Get ready for Brexit checker.
Step 1 – Check if your employees need a visa or work permit and meet any requirements for their profession to work in the country they’re going to
You or your employees may not be able to enter or work in some countries without the right permit or visa.
Step 2 – Ask your employees to check if they need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme
Your employees may not be able to continue living or working in the UK as they do now, if they do not apply to the scheme.
Read the guidance: Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (settled and pre-settled status)
Step 3 – Check what you need to do to make sure you can travel through the border of the country you are visiting
You and your employees may not be allowed to enter the EU if you cannot show you meet immigration rules. This includes crossing into Spain from Gibraltar.
Read the guidance: Visit Europe after Brexit
Step 4 – Check if you need to change the way you access personal data from the EU/EEA
If your organisation receives personal data from the EU/EEA, you should review your contracts to ensure you can continue to do so legally.
Read the guidance on gov.uk, including examples of personal data flows, and further detail on from the Information Commissioner’s Office’s website (ICO) for Using personal data in your business or organisation if there’s no Brexit deal.
Step 5 – Check if you need to change how you do accounting and reporting
You may breach reporting requirements in European Economic Area (EEA)countries if you do not make any changes you need to.
Read the guidance: Accounting if there’s a no-deal Brexit
Step 6 – Appoint a representative in the EU if you run a large UK-based online business providing digital services in the EU
You may be fined if you do not have a representative to help you meet online security standards.
Step 7 – Check if you need to change your contracts to provide licensed content outside the UK
You may not be able to provide licensed content outside the UK if you do not get extra copyright permissions.
Read the guidance: Changes to copyright law in the event of no Brexit deal
Step 8 – Get your business ready to import hardware from the EU to the UK after Brexit
Check what you need to do now to make sure you’re able to import hardware from the EU, if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Read the guidance: Get your business ready to import from the EU to the UK after Brexit