By Deo Wasswa
The National gaming board, has so far closed a total of 99 illegal and none compliant gaming premises since July 2017.
The board has also managed to confiscate 557 illegal slot machines and 29 unlicensed gaming devices.
While addressing press conference at Uganda media center, Agaba Edgar, the chief executive officer of the board has noted that the operation is in line with enforcing the regulations in the gaming sector as well as protecting the betters from being cheated.
According to him, the board has also introduced new guidelines to regulate the sectors and these includes, registering all telecommunication companies that act as intermediaries, registering each person who enters in the betting premises and the central monitoring system that will be monitoring all betting activities across the country