GAMING LICENCE
 
PROXY GAMING LICENCE
 
MOBILE GAMING LICENCE
 
RESTRICTED INTERACTIVE GAMING LICENCE
 
JUNKET OPERATOR LICENCE
 
GAMING HOUSE OPERATOR LICENCE
 
GAMING HOUSE PREMISES LICENCE
 
GAMING HOUSE AGENT LICENCE
 
SUPPLIER LICENCE
 
KEY EMPLOYEE LICENCE
 
GAMING EMPLOYEE LICENCE
 
TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE LICENCE
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
     
       
       
     
   
 
1. A junket operator licence is required by every person, other than a junket representative, who is directly or indirectly involved in the planning, organisation or operation of a junket for or on behalf of the holder of a gaming licence, where such junket involves
 
a. a visit to the casino resort of the holder of the gaming licence, of twenty or more junket visitors, of whom at least one such junket visitor is issued with credit for participation in gaming activities to be engaged in during the junket
b. transport, food, accommodation and entertainment of an aggregate value of in excess of one hundred thousand dollars, or such higher value as may be prescribed from time to time, calculated on the basis of the retail price normally charged in respect of such goods and services.
   
 
2. A junket operator licence shall authorise, subject to any conditions which may be imposed on such licence, the holder of the licence
 
a. to enter into agreements with the holder of a gaming licence authorising the provision of services to the casino, including
 
(i) arranging, from within or outside The Bahamas, complimentary transport, food, lodging or similar benefits for junket visitors;
(ii) issuing credit to junket visitors for the purposes of participation in any gaming activities authorised by the relevant gaming licence during the junket
(iii) enforcing and collecting gaming debts incurred by a junket visitor during the course of a junket and owing to the holder of the gaming licence
 
b. to receive any form of consideration for its services.
   
 
3. A junket representative must submit to the Board an application for approval and a certificate of suitability in the format required by the Board, accompanied by the prescribed non-refundable application fee.
   
 
4. The provisions of
 
a. sections 24 to 30 shall apply, where applicable and with the necessary changes, to any application referred to in subsection (1)
b. sections 24, 25 and 27 to 30 shall apply, with the necessary changes, to any application referred to in subsection (3)
   
 
5. The Board shall not grant an application for approval under subsections (1) or (3) where the person making the application is disqualified to hold a licence under this Act
   
 
6. The Board shall issue a certificate of suitability to any person approved under subsection (3), which shall be
 
a. subject to such conditions as may be imposed in respect thereof;
b. annually renewable, subject to payment of the prescribed annual renewal fee and to the provisions of section 35
c. subject to the provisions of section 48(10) and (11).