Latest posts by The Nassau Guardian see all. The Nassau Guardian. As reported, the Gaming Board is entertaining comments and objections — although not objections on moral grounds — until April 10, 2015. The government, after committing to respecting the referendum, decided to move ahead with regulation and taxation of web shop gaming nonetheless, and passed the Gaming Act 2014 together with the Gaming Regulations and Gaming House Operator Regulations.
Minister of Tourism with Cabinet responsibility for Gaming Obie Wilchcombe confirmed the numbers for Guardian Business yesterday, and also confirmed that the Gaming Board is reviewing the applications of nine companies. EU blacklisting is about competition. Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019. In fact,. Caribbean Travel Marketplace 2020 to be held at Baha Mar.
It is to be noted that a referendum on legalizing web shops and establishing a national lottery was held on January 28, 2013, and that voters flatly rejected both proposals — 60. April 9, 2015.
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About Latest Posts. The fact that WhatFall appears to be missing from the list of applicants strengthens the speculation that some companies had consolidated, while others had sold out to a competitor and still others had gotten out of the business altogether.
Absent from the names is WhatFall, which had at one time been among the big players in the local web shop scene, along with one-time rivals Nassau Games and Island Games.