- To serve as a meeting place and exchange views between its Members on issues relating to gambling, in particular on regulation, supervision, control of operators or on the gambling industry.
- To represent the different views of European Gambling Regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.
- To encourage the study and research on issues and practices relating to the regulation of gambling and to share the results of such research among its Members.
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The regulator’s area on Basecamp is a space which provides members with the ability to share knowledge and experiences with colleagues.
The GREF Board’s aim is for it to become a repository for comment, reference material, useful documentation and best practice in all areas of gambling. It is available to all employees of any eligible authority. An eligible authority is an authority that licenses, supervises or legislates any aspect of gambling in any European country, state, dependent territory or area of internal sovereignty.
Eligible GREF members have already been provided with Basecamp access.
If you are unable to access Basecamp or have any queries please complete the contact form here
Gambling regulators interested in joining GREF, please complete the registration form here
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Eligibility – GREF is open to any authority that licenses, supervises or legislates any aspect of gambling in any European country, state, dependent territory or area of internal sovereignty.
Member Benefits – Join a growing number of gaming regulators who routinely exchange information, share views and discuss matters of common interest.
Stay updated on the successes and challenges of other member jurisdictions
Call on the knowledge, skills and expertise in other authorities to help with matters arising in your jurisdiction.
Annual Fee – €400