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Gambling Supervision Commission

Gambling Supervision Commission

Welcome to the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission

The Gambling Supervision Commission is an independent statutory boardestablished in 1962. In addition to the licensing and regulation of land-based gambling operations (casino, amusement and slot machines, betting offices and lotteries), the Commission also regulates all online gambling activities, which have grown significantly in recent years. The core principles the Commission upholds are :-

All Enquiries :- +44 (0)1624 694331, or email: gaming@gov.im

GSC Annual Reports

2013-2014 Annual Report

2012-2013 Annual Report

2011-2012 Annual Report

2010-2011 Annual Report

2009-2010 Annual Report

The Isle of Man as a jurisdiction

The Isle of Man Government actively encourages the development of gambling and e-gaming business on the island. It remains committed to delivering a stable government and strong regulatory environment, supported by a wide range of attractive business benefits.

If you are looking to locate your business in the Isle of Man, this site contains information and application forms to assist you in making your decision and getting the application process started.

In 2001, the Isle of Man Government was one of the first jurisdictions in the world to introduce legislation specifically designed to benefit gambling and e-gaming firms and fully protect customers. Following further recent changes, the licensing and regulatory controls are now more responsive to the needs of the gambling and e-gaming industries.

The Isle of Man Government and the private sector have worked hard to ensure that the island has a world class infrastructure and full range of support services in place for the gambling industry.

Department of Economic Development

The Department of Economic Development actively promotes the gambling sector on the Isle of Man and has a dedicated e-Gaming section which offers help to companies wishing to have a gaming presence on the island. If you need practical advice on your potential application for a licence, they will help guide you through the process.

For more information visit their website