You must notify the LGCA in writing of any changes to your business entity, principals or location. This includes changes in contact information, shareholders or the sale of the business.
You must notify the LGCA in writing of any changes in shareholders with 10% or more interest, your principals or executive management. New shareholders, principals or executives may have to complete and submit a personal disclosure.
The LGCA conducts a due diligence investigation on all new applicants as well as an annual update investigation on existing suppliers and service providers. The investigation examines the honesty, integrity and financial history of the business entity and its principals. The investigation includes, but is not limited to, a credit history report, a criminal record check and a court registry …
No, gaming service providers are not eligible to hold their own tournaments. In Manitoba, only eligible charitable and religious organizations can apply for a licence to conduct a Texas hold’em poker tournament. Licensed organizations can hire gaming service providers to help run a tournament, including providing equipment, dealers and assistance with event rules.
An individual or business must be licensed as a gaming supplier before being able to sell gaming products to Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries. Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries cannot purchase any product that can affect the honesty and integrity of gaming from an unlicensed supplier.