Game Session Security

Relevant Standard(s): 10.33
Application: iGaming

Issue:

The AGCO has received a request to further clarify Standard 10.33.

Response:

Standard 10.33 of the Registrar’s Standards for Gaming is intended to ensure that appropriate controls are in place to address security risks in session management for iGaming resulting from the fact that the “client” part of the system (e.g. player’s computer, phone, etc.) that the player is using is not controlled by the iGaming system.

Relevant Standard Excerpt(s):

10.33 All game sessions shall be appropriately secured and checked for authenticity.


This interpretation is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The interpretation relates to a specific set of circumstances and the standards, laws and regulations in force at the time the interpretation was issued; however, it is not an exhaustive or definitive interpretation of the standard(s) referenced herein.

The AGCO has established the Standards Interpretation Protocol, which acts as a single point of contact for inquiries from the gaming industry related to the interpretation of the Standards. For more information, please contact the AGCO’s Customer Service Department at 416 326-8700 (in the GTA) or 1 800 522-2876 (toll free in Ontario).

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