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The AGCC and Spectrum Gaming Group launch the ASeGA

asegaThe Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) regulator has partnered with North American gaming advisory firm Spectrum Gaming Group to launch the Alderney Spectrum eGaming Advisors (ASeGA) joint venture.

Alderney Spectrum eGaming Advisors has been tasked with helping the growing number of regulatory agencies in the Americas and around the world that are in need of assistance in drafting, reviewing and improving regulations in order to govern online gaming in a responsible and effective manner.

The joint venture will also assist jurisdictions in developing technical guidelines and standards while providing guidance in staffing and hiring in addition to supplying policy advisory services to coordinated online gambling with the goals and policies of its land-based counterparts.

“The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has for several years provided help and advice to the leading new jurisdictions in Europe using the experience we have acquired in more than ten years of operating as a top-tier jurisdiction,” said Andre Wilsenach, Executive Director for the AGCC.

“With the impending emergence of multiple new remote gambling jurisdictions in the United States, ASeGA provides a useful [and] scalable means of supporting a number of jurisdictions at the same time together with an opportunity to progress common best practice standards of operation.”

ASeGA will also be able to provide online gambling operators, suppliers and associated partners with due-diligence and background investigation services in order to ensure suitability.

“This is a perfect fit between an experienced [and] respected regulatory agency and a private firm that already serves tribal, state and national governments around the world,” said Michael Pollack, Managing Director for Spectrum Gaming.

“We share the same values and we fully understand the goals and challenges that regulatory agencies, tribal councils and others will face as online wagering expands rapidly in coming months.”