Government of Tamil Nadu. issues new rules for online gaming


The Tamil Nadu government on Monday issued new rules regarding online gaming.

The Tamil Nadu Online Gaming Commission and Online Gaming Regulation Rules come after Governor RN Ravi returned a bill banning online gaming after the Tamil Nadu Assembly expressed its displeasure over the bill.

The government has framed these rules for the implementation of the Act and published them in the Official Gazette, and they will come into force from April 21.

Local and foreign companies offering online games will be encouraged to register with the Online Gaming Commission.

These companies will have to register themselves with the commission within a month. An amount of Rs 1 lakh can be paid to the Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Online Gaming Authority at Chennai to obtain the application for the Name Registration Certificate.

The Secretary may take action to register the name of the company or reject the application within 15 days of the receipt of the application. However, before rejection, an opportunity will be given to the applicant. If the certificate is obtained by furnishing false information, the Authority shall issue an explanatory notice and the online gaming operator concerned shall respond to the notice within 15 days.


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