The Alderney Gambling Control Commission is a regulatory authority established to ensure that online gambling operations are conducted transparently and fairly. The Alderney Gambling Control Commission, or AGCC, is like a guard for online gambling. It makes sure gambling sites are safe and honest.
It's based in Alderney, a tiny island near England. To get the AGCC's approval, gambling sites have to prove they're good. The AGCC checks if they have enough money, if their games are fair, and if they protect player details.
Only the best sites get the AGCC's thumbs up. And it doesn’t stop there. The AGCC keeps watching these sites to make sure they stay good. If a site breaks the rules, the AGCC can punish them or take away their license.
For us, players, an AGCC badge on a website means it's a safe place to play and bet. We can trust it because the AGCC is watching over it.