Category: Announcements

LICENSED OPERATORS 2018
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LICENSED OPERATORS 2018

NATIONAL GAMING BOARD PRESS RELEASE (LICENSING ROUND TWO) The National Gaming Board (NGB) is a body corporate established under the Lotteries and Gaming Act No. 7 of 2016.This is the second licensing round under the Act. The NGB was established to enforce the law relating to the conduct of lotteries, gaming, betting and casinos, to...

by May 3, 2018May 3, 2018
NATIONAL GAMING BOARD STAFF MEET BMM TEST LAB REPRESENTATIVES
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NATIONAL GAMING BOARD STAFF MEET BMM TEST LAB REPRESENTATIVES

NATIONAL GAMING BOARD OFFICIALS MEETING REPRESENTATIVES FROM BMM TEST LABS at NGB offices in Kampala recently. The National Gaming Board is set to commence the testing of all gaming machines and devices in the country in efforts to do away with old and substandard machines.

by April 25, 2018April 26, 2018
TESTING OF GAMING MACHINES
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TESTING OF GAMING MACHINES

  TESTING OF GAMING MACHINES The National Gaming Board Uganda has recently completed the process of prequalifying BMM Test Labs in association with U trust Uganda ltd as the company set to partner with the Board in testing of all gaming machines and equipment in Uganda. This is in line with section 37 (3) and...

by March 22, 2018March 22, 2018
CHANGE OF OPERATIONAL NAME
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CHANGE OF OPERATIONAL NAME

RE: Change of operational name The National Gaming Board Uganda (NGBU) is set to change its public and operational name from National National Gaming Board Uganda (NGBU) to National Gaming Board-Uganda (NGB). The change of name is aimed at implementing international best practice in naming of gaming regulators. In line with the above therefore there...

by January 25, 2018January 25, 2018
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REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS CLARIFICATIONS COMPENDIUM 2018

The National Gaming Board Uganda clarifies on Request for Applications for the second licensing round 2018. The purpose of this RFA is to furnish all prospective applicants for operator licenses with a clear indication of the underlying principles, the process and criteria applicable to the licensing of such applicants. Simultaneously, the RFA will provide all...

by November 7, 2017November 7, 2017
Slot Machine Operations
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Slot Machine Operations

SLOT MACHINE OPERATIONS IN UGANDA                                All operators must be licenced and approved by the National Gaming Board Uganda. The premises should be situated only in a City, Municipality or Town Council. Slot machine premises MUST be of a minimum size of 30 square meters; Premises must be of permanent structure and therefore their presence on...

by May 30, 2017May 30, 2017
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