Casino or Slot Machine Facility Registration

If you wish to provide goods or services to, or work for, a casino or slot machine facility, you may be required to register under the Gaming Control Act, 1992. The resources to your right will provide you with detailed information on the different types of registration.

Risk-Based Registration

The AGCO employs a risk-based approach to the processing of applications for gaming registrations. For more information about risk-based registration, please see Information Bulletin No. 68 - AGCO Implements Risk-based Registration to Process Gaming Registrations.

iAGCO

All transactions relating to lottery and gaming registrations issued by the AGCO must be completed online through the iAGCO web-based portal available at www.agco.ca.  Note that you must first create an iAGCO account by visiting www.agco.ca/iAGCO.

General Information and Requirements for Registration

The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming must be informed when a change occurs in a registration. The notification requirements will vary based on the type of change.

Change in Officers, Directors, and Ownership Structure

A registered supplier is required to obtain the written consent of the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming prior to any change in the officers, directors or shareholder of a corporation or any change in the membership of a partnership.

All new officers and directors are required to complete and submit to the Registrar a “Personal Disclosure Form”.

All new shareholders and new partners may be required to complete and submit additional information to the Registrar. Detailed information regarding which forms are required is included with the application form.

Change in Address

A registered supplier or employee is required to inform the Registrar via iAGCO, within five days, of any change in address (residence, business or service). Addresses must include (street name and number) or (lot, concession, and rural route numbers), city, postal code and telephone number, and if applicable facsimile number. A post office box number or a rural route number alone is not acceptable.

Change of Name

Suppliers: A registered supplier is required to inform the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, via iAGCO, of any change to a business or operating name. The Registrar may request additional documentation.

Employees: A registered employee is required to inform the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, via iAGCO, of any name change. Proof of name change is required with appropriate fee for the replacement certificate of registration.

Cancellation of a Registration

To cancel a registration, a request via iAGCO must be made to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. The effective date of the cancellation is the date that the request is received by the AGCO.

Replacement of a Certificate of Registration

To obtain a replacement certificate of registration, a request via iAGCO must be made to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming along with the appropriate fee.

Renewals

Sixty days before your current registration expires, the AGCO will send you an online access code. Once you have created your iAGCO account, use the online access code to link information already on file and go online to conduct all of your AGCO-related transactions. You will receive your registration by email, once approved, which you can print yourself. It is your responsibility to ensure that your registration does not expire.

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