Kahnawake Gaming Commission Casinos

The Kahnawake jurisdiction is home to the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) and can be found in the Canadian province of Quebec. The commission first started in 1996 and since then has helped casinos to provide high level services to their players. The KGC is one of the most established online gaming regulators around the globe.

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Kahnawake Gaming Commission licenses

Gaming companies are able to receive a number of different licenses from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission and this is one of the reasons that the KGC is so popular. The companies can be regulated officially if they provide services such as poker rooms, sportsbooks or casino sites, making it particularly helpful if the company runs several different services.

There are four different types of licenses available from the commission:

Client Provider Authorization (CPA) allows approved companies to provide their services to players, including interactive gaming such as poker games or an online casino. There’s no limit to the amount of CPAs that can be issued.

The Interactive Gaming License (IGL) is for one approved hosting facility in the Kahnawake area. There can only be one IGL issued at one time and Mohawk Internet Technologies has been in receipt of the license since 1999.

The Key Person License (KPL) is issued to one or more people who carry out operational administration at a company in receipt of a CPA.

Inter-Jurisdictional Authorization (IJA) is for a company, which receives a license from another jurisdiction but wants to hold equipment and personnel within the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory.

Online casinos that are in receipt of a license from the KGC must have truly fair games. When they apply for a license, third party auditing companies such as Nmi, iTech Labs and TST test the casino’s games to ensure that they’re random and fair. In addition, the casino must constantly be able to prove that its games are fair in order to continue holding their license once it has been granted.

The Kahnawake Gaming Commission also requires applicant casinos to uphold certain ethical standards. The commission hires third part agents to screen casinos and obtain a picture of how the company operates. As well as fair gameplay, the KGC requires companies to be honest and provide a professional service to players.

To be sure that your chosen casino is using a real seal from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission and not a counterfeit one, you should try clicking on it to see if it takes you to their page on the official website. If not, you should check the list of license holders on the KGC website to make sure the casino isn’t using a fake seal.

The KGC is receiving good reviews for the way in which it handles disputes from players using sites held by licensees. They pride themselves on reaching fair outcomes by working with both players and casinos, and they’re happy to take over when a player hasn’t been able to reach a fair end to their dispute. The KGC has a dedicated officer who works on helping to resolve disputes and the commission may choose to use the officer in individual cases.