Kenyan regulator: majority of operators do not meet licensing requirements

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

In May, Interior Secretary Fred Matiang’i directed the BCLB to ensure that any betting operators applying for new or renewed licences had all received clearance from the Kenya Revenue Authority, Financial Reporting Centre, Inter-Agency Security Team and the country’s Communications Authority.

As a result, the BCLB produced a report on the compliance status of betting, lottery and gaming licensees.

“The report reveals that the majority of these firms have not complied with the stated requirements,” it said. “Consequently, their applications were not successful.”

The BCLB added that it told all of the operators in question that their applications may be reconsidered if resubmitted after all of the requirements are met.

Alongside the review into licence applications, Matiang’i’s May statement also called for a crackdown on unlicensed gambling, requesting that the BCLB draw up a list of unlicensed sites for the Communications Authority to block.

Leave a Reply

About Us

Intelligent Profiling develop cutting edge behavioural analysis platforms utilising in-session messaging, gamification, player journey engine and promotions management.

Recent Posts