National Gambling Authority of France

Online gambling found its way into the French jurisdiction about 11 years ago (2010 to be exact). That was following the enactment of the so-called French Gambling Act, which also gave way to the establishment of the Autorité de Régulation des Jeux en Ligne (ARJEL), whose mandate was regulation of the online gambling industry in France. This body, however, folded in 2020.

In its place came the Autorité Nationale des Jeux (ANJ), or the National Gambling Authority of France, which is now (as of 2021) the official authority regulating gambling in the country. However, unlike its forerunner, which controlled only 11% of the French gambling market, ANJ stamps its power on a whopping 78% or so of the gambling market in the country.

National Gambling Authority of France
Are ANJ Licensed Casinos Secure?
Mulenga Chanda
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Are ANJ Licensed Casinos Secure?

With a significant section of France's adult population engaging in gambling, the national Gambling Authority of France needed to be established. All casinos licensed by this body must have robust responsible gambling measures in place. When it comes to personal and financial data, these live casinos must demonstrate that they comply with privacy laws.

The casinos must also offer fair gaming; the organization has zero-tolerance to game rigging. With such stringent protocols in place, ANJ assures French players of safety and security at online casinos. What a robust casino licensing body!

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Mulenga Chanda, a passionate 32-year-old Zambian, seamlessly merges his enthusiasm for gaming with a profound knowledge of Zambian culture. Specializing in English content localization, he crafts online casino guides that genuinely resonate with the Zambian audience.

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