The Directorate General for the Regulation of Gambling hereby makes this link available to interested parties in order to achieve maximum transparency in its regulatory activities derived from its authority established in the Gambling Act, Law 13/2011 of 27 May, and in order to facilitate compliance with the possible requirements of future regulations.
This link can be used to access and obtain information on the latest version of each of the different draft regulations being developed by this Directorate General.
The draft regulations published in this link are the result of considering and accepting the requests and relevant observations submitted during the public hearings or by other units of the Public Administration.
Public information on the proposal to modify the Resolution of October 6, 2014, of the DGOJ, on the model and content of the final certification of gaming systems.
- Fecha de inicio de envío de aportaciones: 14 de octubre de 2022
- Fecha de finalización de envío de aportaciones: 25 de octubre de 2022
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Lottery advertising rules to change in Spain
The Spanish regulator Directorate General for the Regulation of Gambling (DGOJ) plans to tighten advertising laws for lottery draws and companies promoting them. The idea here is to apply current advertising restrictions relevant to gambling operators to lotteries. DGOJ published a draft resolution on these reforms on its official website this week.
The proposed changes would mean that lottery companies would have to use national databases to verify their customers’ age. If customers are under the age limit, operators will need to inform them of this and deny them the sale of lottery tickets.
Another meaningful change concerns lottery websites, which will have to confirm their authenticity through a special seal. Besides that, partners that contribute to lottery marketing will also need to sell tickets as transparently as possible.
SOURCE: General Directorate for the Regulation of Gambling (DGOJ).