Remote Gambling

Remote Gambling Resources

The Commission offers Licences, Permits and Approvals in five different categories; Operators, Hosting Providers, Platform Providers, Software Designers and Testing Houses.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Remote Gambling Operators (B2C) applications that include any Casino style games must also register with the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) under the Proceeds of Crime (Supervisory Bodies) (Jersey) Law 2008. Details for applying and/or contacting the JFSC can be found here

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Operators

A Remote Operators Licence is required if you are offering B2C (Business to Customer) gambling from Jersey.
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Platform Providers (B2B)

A Platform Providers Permit is required if you are offering B2B (Business to Business) services (hardware or software) from Jersey.
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Hosting Providers

A Hosting Service Providers Permit is required if you are providing facilities to host equipment or services utilised in online gambling in Jersey.
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Software Designers

A Software Designers Permit is required if you are designing gambling software in Jersey.
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Personal Gambling Licence (PGL)

The purpose of a Personal Gambling Licence (PGL) is to allow individuals employed by a Trust Company Business (TCB) to undertake the role and responsibility of a director/principal of a commercial gambling operator.
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Testing Houses

The Commission accepts applications from Gaming Machine or Remote Gaming Testing Houses, successful applications are granted approval.
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Disaster Recovery

The Commission accepts applications for providers of Disaster Recovery Services for Remote Gambling Licencees, successful applications are granted approval.
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Global operators licensed in Jersey
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Globally-recognised platform providers licensed in Jersey
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