Macau new EGM regulations – Legal Reference Paper

    Published in: Latest IntelligenceThe following article is part of the repository of legal reference papers available to Asia Gambling Brief members. For more details please write to enquries@agbrief.com Macau adopts new rules applicable to the supply of slot machines and related equipment Luís Mesquita de Melo January 2013 Over 10 years after the gaming market liberalization in the Macau Special Administrative Region, the Macau Government has for the first time enacted, in the form of an Administrative Regulation, a set of rules concerning the approval of gaming manufacturers, electronic gaming machines and related equipment and gaming systems being supplied to the Macau market. Administrative Regulation 26/2012 (approved on November 16, 2012) was published in the Official Gazette on November 26, 2012, and came into force on the following day, November 27, 2012. The legal definition of gaming equipment under the scope of Administrative Regulation 26/2012 includes all devices, programs or software that operate totally or...

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