L’Autorité Nationale des Jeux (ANJ) has started to set in motion its vision for France’s betting industry after its creation last summer. It has already moved L’Autorité Nationale de Régulation des Jeux en Ligne (ARJEL) with an objective to unify regulations that were directed to France’s gambling sector. Now that ANJ has rooted into the government, it has become ready to revamp the overall regulations based on its five key points to reshape the industry. Recently, ANJ has revealed its plan for updating France’s betting standards and laws, assuming that it will take at least three years to place everything in the right positions. However, experts think that if the current trend continues, it will take longer than the expected time for all those plans to be rolled out.
Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, who is currently serving as the president of the regulators, has been trying to get everything properly placed to redesign gambling laws in France since the formation of the ANJ. She appears to be quite methodical in approaching all her responsibilities as she began reforming the existing regulatory structure while simultaneously introducing new commitments and requirements for operators. The ANJ has started to implement new laws, which include player’s protection guidelines regarding the deposit limit.
ANJ aims to Incorporate Modern European Regulations
Before ANJ’s introduction, the entire gambling supervisory body of France was scattered, inflicting its rule on every activity. Now, though ANJ is planning out a new strategy applicable to all operators in all disciplines, and will also provide breathable flexibility for every segment. The regulators have also introduced a new set of technical requirements that all operators must follow and planed on dedicated resources to provide different and unique anti-money-laundering solutions applicable across borders.
Ultimately, the ANJ will try to form a standard structure to level up to the other countries. It also aims to become the leader of the EU member state cooperation, shaping it up for Europe’s modern vision of gambling laws. It’s now only a matter of time for those rules to be suggested to all the other jurisdictions.