eCOGRA Updates Self-Regulatory Requirements

eCOGRA Updates Self-Regulatory Requirements eCOGRA, eGaming testing agency, has announced that it has updated its self-regulatory requirements.

The changes have been made as part of a program that reviews the company's eGAP Requirements to ensure they are in line with international best practices.

Jeanne Ferreira, Regulatory Compliance and eGAP Manager at eCOGRA said, "Demand for the eCOGRA Safe and Fair seal continues to grow, complementing the introduction of mandatory technical standards and other compliance requirements from national licensing jurisdictions.

"The latest amendments to the eGAP Requirements provide confidence that eCOGRA's requirements are keeping pace with international developments, and remain relevant in a rapidly evolving industry".

eCOGRA monitors more than 200 tier one online gambling including operators such as Fortune Lounge, Casino Rewards, Unibet,, 32Red, 888, Betway, Betclic Everest and Paf.
  • eGaming testing agency, has announced that it has updated its self-regulatory requirements. What? an agency that is expected to make sure other sites are compliance has a self regulatory system that tests themselves? and this self testing system has just been updated. That one sentence does not make me feel confident at all. For if this system that test them to make sure they are doing the right thing is out of date then it is just a waste of time. The system that makes the wheels turn should be the #1 system that has all the rules and regulations in place before the agency itself takes it upon their duty to make sure others follow. Maybe they can put a system in place that checks the main system that check others to make sure they are following the rules and regulations. LOL sorry but I could not help myself. It just seems redundant for a system to be in place that checks to make sure the agency is in compliance be updated after the fact. This system needs to have the proper info before any one agency does.
  • I think this is the regulation that is now forcing slot makers to reduce the autoplay function on their slots to max out at 25 spins (utterly ridiculous) along with plastering those warnings every hour or so about how much you have on or lost in the period.. (not so bad). I worry about how far these rules will go though.

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