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GAMING CONTROL BOARD BEGINS DIRECT LICENSING PROCESS IN CURAÇAO

In a significant move aimed at enhancing transparency and industry engagement, the Ministry of Finance in Curaçao is excited to announce the commencement of direct licensing by the Gaming Control Board (GCB). This pivotal development opens doors for operators looking to secure licenses in the thriving gaming sector of Curaçao.

To facilitate this transition, a dedicated online portal has been unveiled: Gaming Control Board Curaçao Portal. This portal offers a one-stop destination for comprehensive information, official application forms, and guidelines that can be conveniently downloaded.

In a demonstration of their unwavering commitment to transparency and fostering industry connections, the Minister of Finance will personally host the SiGMA Curaçao event. Scheduled to take place at the prestigious Marriott Hotel from September 25th to 27th, this event promises to be a pivotal moment in the licensing transition. SiGMA Curaçao will encompass a thought-provoking conference, an exciting exhibition, and numerous networking opportunities for industry professionals.

The conference agenda has been meticulously crafted to address any queries or concerns related to the new licensing process. It will provide exhaustive insights into all aspects of the legislation, application procedures, and the overall transition process. Attendees can look forward to presentations directly from the Minister and his team, representatives of the Gaming Control Board, and other relevant authorities.

For those interested in attending SiGMA Curaçao, registration details, information about exhibiting, the conference agenda, and hotel booking options can all be found on the official event website: SiGMA Curaçao.

The Ministry strongly encourages all operators and stakeholders to seize this opportunity to acquaint themselves with the new licensing procedures, voice their opinions, and actively engage in constructive dialogues that will ultimately benefit the gaming industry as a whole.

As Curaçao takes this significant step towards a more transparent and inclusive gaming sector, the Ministry of Finance and the Gaming Control Board remain dedicated to ensuring a seamless transition for all industry participants. With the launch of the dedicated portal and the forthcoming SiGMA Curaçao event, a new era in gaming regulation is underway, promising greater accessibility and accountability in this burgeoning industry.

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