Kahnawake's Tougher Regulations Work Well

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The Kahnawake Gaming Commission has reported that its regulation requiring operators to comply with self-exclusion lists has worked well thus far.

During 2014, the KGC had 62 self-exclusion requests, and put forth 35 complete exclusion orders to sites licensed by the Canadian Native American tribe. Those requests have been respected by online casino operators, who have successfully kept the excluded players from partaking in the action.

Although the 35 out of 62 applications may seem like a low ratio to be fully implemented, 22 of those 62 requests couldn't be processed due to incomplete information. A further 5 applications couldn't be processed due to temporary provisions in the law.

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