Interactive Gaming Council
The IGCouncil.org Interactive Gaming Council , a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1996 in the US, relocating to Vancouver, Canada, incorporating there in March 2000. The organization was established to provide a forum for interested parties to address issues and advance common interests in the global interactive gaming industry, to establish fair and responsible trade guidelines and practices that enhance consumer confidence in interactive gaming products and services, and to serve as the industry’s public policy advocate and information clearinghouse. The IGC does what it has set out to do, and more.
Igcouncil.org Interactive Gaming Council
IGC membership has increased significantly since being founded, drawing more and more attention from noteworthy industry groups to complement existing leading industry players. The IGC has members from the U.S., the U.K., South Africa, Israel, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, Denmark and Sweden — to mention a few. The IGC has built a reputation for reliability, integrity and credibility through its high standards, and appeal to legitimate businesses. Affiliation with their association ensures that you have a trusted organization fighting for the promotion and enhancement of our industry, fighting for you when you need it and most importantly – with a collective voice.
(eCogra.Org) e-Commerce Online Gaming Regulation Assurance
eCOGRA.org is an independent UK based self-regulatory and compliance and advisory services organisation specialised in the field of online gambling regulation. The company was established in 2003 and is wholly owned by management. Almost 100 leading operators and software suppliers are now reviewed by eCOGRA.
Approved online casinos and gaming websites display the eCogra Safe and Fair seal, and are subject to the eCogra.org dispute mediation service.
Complaints about all eCOGRA sites (only in eCogra.org Approved) can be officially filed clicking here: eCogra gambling dispute form
Please note that eCogra.org respond to dispute mediation requests