Persons intending to operate an internet gaming business must apply for a licence to operate and enter into an agreement with the Minister.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
The Minister has regard to the following:
- repute (character, honesty, and integrity) of applicant;
- financial background of applicant;
- resources (financial and management) of applicant;
- business ability of applicant;
- repute of applicant and proposed management; and
- repute of persons associated with the applicant and its management.
Application Fee: 20,000 revenue units
in 2016/2017 1 Revenue Unit is equivalent to $1.15
Gaming Control Act 1993 (Northern Territory)
Gaming Control (Internet Gaming) Regulations 1998 (Northern Territory)
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