The European Casino Association (ECA) represents national associations and individual operators of licensed land-based casinos in Europe. To date, the ECA represents the interests of appoximately 800 casinos and 55,000 employees in 24 countries across Europe. Founded in the early 1990s as the European Casino Forum, the ECA has grown steadily over the years and today includes members from nearly all EU Member States, as well as Switzerland and Serbia.
|Belgium||Belgian Casino Federation|
|Czech Republic||c/o Czech Casinos a.s.|
|Denmark||c/o Casino Copenhagen|
|Estonia||Olympic Casino EESTI AS|
|Finland||Grand Casino Helsinki|
|France||Casinos de France|
|Germany||c/o Spielbank-SH GmbH|
|Greece||c/o Club Hotel Casino Loutraki|
|Hungary||Hungarian Casino Association|
|Italy||c/o Casino Campione|
|Latvia||Latvian Association of Gaming Business|
|Lithuania||Lithuania Gaming Operators Association|
|Portugal||Associaçao Portuguesa de Casinos (site não disponível)|
|Serbia||Grand Casino Beograd|
|Slovakia||Slovak Casino Association|
|Slovenia||HIT Casino Group|
|Spain||Asociación Española de Casinos de Juego|
|Sweden||Casino Cosmopol AB|
|Switzerland||Swiss Casino Federation|
|The Netherlands||Holland Casino|
ECA Code of Condut
Who we are and what we stand for
The ECA members have extensive expertise that is founded upon decades of experience. Based on our integrity and professionalism in managing our business, the casino industry in Europe has progressed over the years in a gradual and responsible manner to adapt to a changing society, in particular in terms of the economy, regulatory landscape and, of course, technology. In this respect, our business has evolved from the simple provision of traditional casino table games to a far broader casino concept, which includes table games (including poker), slot machines, food & beverage, entertainment, hotels and much more.
The distribution channels for our services have also changed over time. From a single land-based source, distribution in some countries has now been extended to the Internet as well as to other multiple technology-based channels. Despite these changes, the ECA members remain committed to the core values associated with the ECA’s identity: representing the interests of Europe’s licensed, land-based casino industry and its portfolio of offline and online gambling and other recreation and leisure services.
This Code serves as a constant reminder of the key requirements set out by the ECA, which its members are required to uphold as a condition of membership.
The Code governs the conduct of all ECA members and seeks to ensure that they champion the ECA’s fundamental values of integrity, professionalism, social responsibility and ambition by observing the principles explained in the ECA code of Conduct.
Code of Pratice for Responsible Gaming
In addition to existing laws and guidelines established by regulators, members of the ECA consider adopting an ethical and transparent approach to their activities the best way to serve the public and protect vulnerable individuals. This includes adhering to the Code of Practice for Responsible Gaming in the Casino Environment.
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