DICJ meeting gaming industry representatives on September 20, 2021, during a consultation on the proposed amendments to the gaming law

Gaming law: September 29 public consultation cancelled due to pandemic situation

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has cancelled the public consultation on the gaming law amendment proposal scheduled for Wednesday, September 29, between 10am and 12:30pm.

The gaming watchdog issued a notice stating that it could not move ahead with the session considering the current pandemic prevention work adopted by the Macau SAR Government.

DICJ adds that it will notify registered participants of the event, while the rescheduling (date and time) of this session will be communicated in due course.

The was the first of four session open to the public after a first one was held on September 20, reserved for gaming industry representatives.

The 45-day public consultation on the new gaming law revision was launched on September 15 and will last until October 29.