Gaming Service Provider Licence

You must comply with the terms and conditions set by the LGA to maintain your gaming service provider licence in good standing. Please click below for a copy of these terms and conditions.

Gaming service providers are inspected regularly by the LGA. Inspectors check to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions and proper procedures are followed.

Gaming service providers are required to report any consequential information that may affect their licence with the LGA or in other jurisdictions where they are licensed. Consequential information may include, but is not limited to, criminal charges against the company or its principals, civil proceedings, suspensions or fines in other jurisdictions and changes in shareholders.

Gaming service provider terms and conditions (gaming service providers are subject to gaming supplier terms and conditions)

Gaming supplier and gaming service provider annual update application

Questions?

Please click below to read the information bulletin sent to gaming service providers in March 2014 and for answers to common questions about complying with your licence. You can also  email our Gaming Licence Department or contact us at 204-954-9400 or toll-free at 1-800-782-0363 with any other questions about your gaming service provider licence.

Information Bulletin: Gaming Service Providers

Our contact information has changed. What do we need to do?

As a licensed gaming service provider, you are required to notify the LGA of any changes to your business entity, principals or location. This includes changes in contact information, shareholders or the sale of the business.

You must report any changes in writing to the LGA, either by email or by mail to:

LGA Gaming Licence Department

800-215 Garry Street

Winnipeg, MB  R3C 3P3

We’ve had a change in principals. What do we need to do?

As a licensed gaming service provider, you are required to notify the LGA of any change in executives, principals or shareholders who own 10% or more. Once the change has been reported, we will advise you if we require you to submit any further documentation.

You must report any changes in writing to the LGA, either by email or by mail to:

LGA Gaming Licence Department

800-215 Garry Street

Winnipeg, MB  R3C 3P3

What is an annual update?

Gaming service providers must complete an annual update each year of their licence period to keep the LGA’s records up to date and to maintain your licence. The annual update includes a business entity update and a financial documentation update. Your annual fees are due with your annual update.

Failure to complete your annual update may result in the suspension or revocation of your licence.

What is consequential information?

As a licensed gaming service provider, you are required to notify the LGA of consequential information that may affect your licence with the LGA or in any other jurisdiction where you are licensed. Consequential information can include, but is not limited to, criminal charges against the company or its principals, civil proceedings, suspensions or fines in Manitoba or in other jurisdictions, and changes in shareholders.

Please email our Gaming Licence Department or contact us at 204-954-9400 or toll-free at 1-800-782-0363 to report any consequential information.  Once the information has been reported, we will advise you if we require you to submit any further documentation.