About the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC)

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    The Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) is responsible for licensing and regulating a variety of online gaming operators, including online casinos, poker rooms, and sports betting sites. In addition to these digital platforms, the KGC also licenses and regulates three land-based poker rooms within the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory.

    The KGC is responsible for ensuring that its licensees comply with all applicable laws and regulations and operate in a fair and transparent manner. The Interactive Kahnawake Gaming license regulations of the Commission were enacted for the first time in 1999 and have been periodically updated to reflect technological advancements and shifting market conditions.

    In addition to licensing and oversight of regulations, the KGC is responsible for monitoring and investigating any suspected or alleged violations of its regulations. The Commission has the authority to impose fines, suspend or revoke licenses, and take other disciplinary measures to ensure compliance with its regulations.

    The Commission asserts that its authority to enact the Kahnawake Gaming Law derives from Kahnawake’s Mohawk or “aboriginal rights,” which have existed since time immemorial and have never been challenged under Canadian or any other law. The Commission currently issues licenses to more than 50 online gaming operators, representing an estimated 250 online gaming sites.

    In the past, the Commission has taken regulatory action, such as during the 2009 Ultimate Bet cheating scandal, where cheating occurred on the Ultimate Bet poker site, and the Commission imposed a number of sanctions on Ultimate Bet’s ownership, including a refund of approximately $22,000,000 to players and a fine of $1,500,000.

    Notably, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced in 2016 that the KGC would no longer issue licenses to gambling operators who accept U.S. clients. The Kahnawake Gaming Commission operates under a different legal framework and jurisdiction than Malta’s gaming license and regulations, but both regulatory bodies share the same objective of ensuring a safe and fair online gambling industry.

    The KGC has a lengthy history of providing effective regulatory oversight. According to the Commission’s 2020 annual report, its jurisdiction encompassed 86 active licenses representing 53 operators and 289 domains. These licensees generated $1.58 billion in total gaming revenue, the majority of which came from online casino gaming.

    The KGC is also committed to promoting responsible gambling and has implemented a variety of safeguards, such as age verification and self-exclusion tools, to protect players. The Commission requires its licensees to prominently display information about responsible gaming on their websites and to offer assistance to players who may be experiencing gambling problems.

    The KGC is governed by laws and regulations derived from the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake’s Gaming Law, which was enacted for the first time in 1996. The legality of this law and the activities of the KGC have never been contested under Canadian or international law.

    The KGC has established itself as a leading regulatory body in the online gaming industry, with a strong commitment to promoting fairness, transparency, and responsible gambling. Its emphasis on effective regulation and oversight has helped to establish confidence in the industry and provide players with a secure gaming environment.

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