Bolivian regulator cracks down on gambling non-compliance

Bolivian regulator cracks down on gambling non-compliance

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Bolivian regulator cracks down on gambling non-compliance

Bolivia’s gambling regulator is firmly opposing industry noncompliance and threatening further penalties for those businesses that don’t follow the rules.

At the Initial Public Accountability Hearing 2024, the executive director of the Gaming Control Authority (AJ), Dr. Marco Antonio Sánchez Vaca, made these announcements.

Increased operations and the closure of establishments deemed to be in violation of regulations are among the measures the regulator will take. This year, there have been seventy-seven interventions that have resulted in the seizure of ninety-nine items for gambling.

To guarantee that promotional material is lawful, transparent, and affords participants equal chances, the AJ will also host workshops for marketers and content makers. The regulatory body intends to revise the laws pertaining to games of chance and business promotion.

In addition, the AJ will host education and awareness programs at learning centers to encourage responsible gaming and guard against gambling addiction. These initiatives are a cornerstone of the regulator’s dedication to making sure that gambling is carried out lawfully, openly, and responsibly in Bolivia.

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