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The International Association of Gaming Regulators is an independent, non-profit association. We are regulators from gaming jurisdictions around the world who communicate on a continuing basis on matters of common interest.

There are two classes of membership in the organisation. Any applicant must first join IAGR at the jurisdictional level.

Jurisdictional

Available to regulatory bodies (eg gambling boards, agencies, commissions), this category of membership automatically includes membership for five ordinary members with one designated as the jurisdictional member who will be authorised to vote on IAGR matters on behalf of the jurisdiction. If the jurisdiction identifies less than five members in the initial application or renewal, they may add ordinary members throughout the year.

Ordinary

Pursuant to IAGR by-laws, membership in IAGR is jurisdiction-based. In order to apply as an ordinary member, your organisation must be a jurisdictional member. After the initial five ordinary members have applied under the jurisdictional level, additional applicants would join directly as ordinary members.

We invite you to become a part of IAGR and join the global conversations that will help shape gaming regulatory policy for the future.

 

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