Danish Gambling Authority signs collaborative agreements with Alderney and Isle of Man
An announcement came this week of bilateral collaborative deals closed by the Danish Gambling Authority with the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission and the Alderney Gaming Control Commission.
Both deals will become valid as soon as the Danish Gaming Act comes into force early next year. It has been assessed that such deals may become exemplary for EU nations which used to have national monopolies, as they contain provisions that aim at making a common standard of licensing more attainable, including mutually agreed requirements and access to gambling systems for regulatory purposes.
Thereby, operators who have obtained licensing in one of the signatory jurisdictions would be able to more easily pass the requirements for licensing in another.
In terms of the impending liberalization of the country’s market, the Danish Gambling Authority suggested it would hold a hearing for interested parties in Copenhagen on December 20.