The DICJ said that less than ten junkets were found with deficiencies in Macau.
Macau.- Director of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), Paulo Martin Chans, the audit on Macau’s 126 registered junket operators has been completed. Less than ten were found with “some deficiencies.”
As Chan said, the deficiencies are related to the operators not registering properly or providing sufficient information regarding their operations. The director said that he demanded the operators to amend these deficiencies by the end of 2017, and will be taken in consideration once the junket operators enter their licensing period.
Chan spoke to local media after the Tenth International Conference on The Legal Reforms of Macau in the Global Context – Gaming Law at the University of Macau. He said that the government is considering several measures of the gaming law, which include new regulations on entry, work, and casino gambling and the equipment supply. Moreover, he added that the DICJ will be in charge of reinforcing measures to prevent illegal proxy betting in casinos.