WELCOME TO THE BGLC

The Betting, Gaming & Lotteries Commission (BGLC) is a statutory body of the Ministry of Finance in the Government of Jamaica, established in 1975 under the provisions of the Betting, Gaming & Lotteries Act. The Commission’s mandate is to regulate and control the operation of betting and gaming and the conduct of lotteries in the Island of Jamaica and to facilitate and enable sustainable growth in the Gaming Industry.

Gaming Machine Forfeiture Notice February 2018

NOTICE OF AN INTENTION TO FORFEIT GAMING MACHINES PURSUANT TO S46A OF THE BETTING GAMING AND LOTTERIES ACT ON THE GROUNDS THAT THEY HAVE BEEN ABANDONED

BGLC to Host Town Hall Meetings

The BGLC Team will host a series of Town Hall meetings to share updates on new developments and discuss issues relating to Jamaica’s gaming industry.

Renewal of Gaming Machine Licenses 2018 - 2019

GAMING LICENSES TO BE RENEWED BY APRIL 1

Owners, operators and manufacturers of gaming machines in Jamaica, as well as operators of prescribed premises for gaming must renew their licenses by April 1, 2018.

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Requirements for Changing The Number of Gaming Machines Operated at A Single Premises

Gaming Machine Operators who intend to change their operations to either more than or less than 20 gaming machines on a single premises, are required to notify the Commission at least thirty (30) days prior to implementing the change.

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