Antigua Tightens Up Online Casino Regulation
Antigua and Barbuda are increasing their online casino regulation, as the Antiguan Directorate of Offshore Gambling (ADOG) hopes to improve the reputation of itself and the operators under it.
Their reputation was looking strong when the UK Gaming Commission gave the Antiguan Directorate of Offshore Gambling a White Listing. Unfortunately, regulatory problems arose with Allen Stanford, head of a vast banking empire based in Antigua, which damaged the reputation of the Financial Service Regulatory Commission (FSRC). The ADOG is a branch of the FSRC, and its own reputation has suffered as a result.
The ADOG is now moving to clear the air by instituting tougher regulations. Kaye McDonald, the Director of Gaming for the ADOG, believes that strict regulations for gaming are likely to result from any changes to the FRSC from the investigation into it.
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