Welcome to the GREF Website

 

Main Objectives

The Forum has two main objectives:

To provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on gaming matters; and

On special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European gaming regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.

Main Objectives

The Forum has two main objectives:

To provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on gaming matters; and

On special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European gaming regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.

Main Objectives

The Forum has two main objectives:

To provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on gaming matters; and

On special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European gaming regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.

Main Objectives

The Forum has two main objectives:

To provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on gaming matters; and

On special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European gaming regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.

Main Objectives

The Forum has two main objectives:

To provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on gaming matters; and

On special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European gaming regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.

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Log in to the Regulator’s Area 

The regulator’s area is a space which, over time, will provide member’s with the ability to share knowledge and experiences with colleagues.

The GREF Board’s aim is for it 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.

To access the regulator’s area:

  • Members must be an employee of an eligible authority; and
  • The eligible authority must to a fully paid up member of GREF.

 


News & Events

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Responsible Gambling Working Group Meeting – London Feb 2017

Dear colleagues, We’re happy to be able to invite you to our next WG meeting…

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GREF Lecture 2017

GREF Lecture, ICE 2017

The GREF Board is delighted to announce this year’s GREF lecture will be given by the…

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Invitation to the International Legislators’ Day

The UK Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group has extended an invitation to all GREF members to…

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GREF meeting 8 - 11 June 2011, Jersey

Membership

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 – €300