THE Isle of Man has a world-class reputation as an e-Gaming jurisdiction.
Its priorities are to keep gambling crime free, protect the young and vulnerable and ensure the facilities offered by licensed operators are fair and that players receive their true winnings.
The island is ‘White listed’ by the UK and the OECD respectively for e-Gaming and tax co-operation purposes.
e-Gaming businesses in any jurisdiction also require an excellent source of advisers and service providers so it is reassuring to know that the island benefits from excellent legal, accountancy and fiduciary firms with direct experience in gaming.
The island has an advanced telecommunications infrastructure with leading-edge fixed and mobile telecoms networks and highly resilient bandwidth connectivity delivered through outstanding data centres offering gaming specific expertise and industry leading Distributed Denial Of Service (DDOS) mitigation solutions.
The e-Gaming development team’s goal is to support licence applications with strategic counsel, practical support and a high quality service delivered in a timely manner. They support and guide applicants through the process of applying for a gambling licence and help them establish and grow their business in the Isle of Man.
The team can introduce applicants to an extensive network of local service providers and advisors that have a wealth of experience and expertise in the e-Gaming sector and who can help them set up businesses quickly, cost-efficiently and successfully.
When it comes to employing a work force, the team can also help with immigration and work permit applications to help ensure that the right people are obtained in the right jobs at the right time.
This year’s Isle of Man Newspapers Awards for Excellence, in association with RBS International, will be held on November 15.
Application forms are available at www.iomtoday.co.im/afe.
If you would like to find out more about what entering can do for you, contact Trudi Williamson (tjw(at)newsiom.co.im) or Sarah Radcliffe (sarah.radcliffe(at)newsiom.co.im) or call 695695 for more information.
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