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Associations

The Australasian Casino Association (ACA) and its members make a commitment to our employees and our customers that our casinos will always provide an entertainment experience of the highest standard. We especially make this commitment with regard to the responsible service of alcohol and the responsible service of gaming within our properties.

 

COAuk
The COA (UK) represents the views and aspirations of independent, operator-owned casinos throughout the UK. Formed in 2001 to offer a different forum from that dominated by the short-term, share price driven concerns of plcs, this Association promotes a gaming regime that is focussed, realistic and responsible, both socially and financially.

 

National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) was founded in 1985, it is a non-profit organisation of 184 Indian Nationas with other non-voting asscoiate members representing organisations, tribes & businesses engaged in tribal gaming.

 

Canadian Gaming Association was created with the fundamental goal of creating balance in the public dialogue about gaming in Canada. The Association’s mandate is to create a better understanding of the gaming industry by bringing facts to the general public, elected officials, key decision makers and the media through education and advocacy.

 

The IGC serves as a collective voice of the interactive gaming industry, building credibility in the industry and creating member benefits by aggressively addressing legislative and regulatory challenges and opportunities.
The IGC advocates strong regulation, including responsible gambling practices, and promotes cooperation within, and between, industry and government internationally.

 

GamCare is the leading provider of information, advice, support and free counselling for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling.

GamCare takes a non-judgemental approach to gambling. We do not wish to restrict the choices or opportunities for anyone to operate or engage in gambling opportunities that are available legally and operated responsibly.

 

The Gaming Standards Association (GSA) is an international trade association that creates benefits for gaming manufacturers, suppliers, operators and regulators. We facilitate the identification, definition, development, promotion, and implementation of open standards to enable innovation, education, and communication for the benefit of the entire industry.

 

The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) is the industry body representing the leading online gaming and betting operators established, licensed and regulated within the EU. EGBA promotes the implementation of a fair, competitive and regulated market for online gaming operators throughout Europe in line with EU law.

 

eCOGRA is an independent London-based player protection and standards organisation that provides an international framework for best operational practice requirements, with particular emphasis on fair and responsible gambling. These requirements are enforced through onsite reviews and continuous monitoring. Since 2003, eCOGRA certification has become synonymous with the highest industry levels of fair and responsible gaming, professional conduct and superior operating standards.

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