The Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board (LGRB) is a body corporate established under the Lotteries and Gaming Act No. 7 of 2016 of Uganda. The Board is mandated by law to supervise and regulate all gaming activities including National Lottery in Uganda, and to protect its citizens from the adverse effects of gaming.
The Board would like to call for comments on best practices in order to shape the future of the Lottery industry in Uganda
In light of the above, this is to request you to share with us your experience on,
- The pre-licensing requirements and any other requirements to run a National Lottery.
- Licensing conditions and operational guidelines.
- Revenue sharing model
- Tax rate in your jurisdiction
- Processes undertaken in identifying or engaging an operator to run the National lottery on behalf of the government.
- Type of games involved in a National Lottery
- How Information Technology is being applied in running National and public lotteries.
- What framework is in place to ensure the lottery operator fulfils their corporate social responsibility?
- Aspects considered when allocating proceeds from the National Lottery.
- How does the regulator monitor the operations and revenues of the company running the National Lottery?
- Tenure for a Lottery license
- Responsible Gaming activities and good causes initiatives carried out.
- Considerations for local content.
- What constitutes promotional competitions?
- Are there promotional lotteries running in your jurisdiction?
- What differentiations are there in operational mechanisms and regulatory frameworks for National, Public, promotional lotteries and Bingo.
Note: This is not a call for request for proposals but a call for ideas for the better management of the sub sector.
Please kindly send us your comments by 28th February 2019