The Regulatory Reporting Interface (RRI) standard is the responsibility of GSA's Online Gaming Committee (OGC). The initial document is in draft form. GSA Europe has donated their draft Regulatory Data Set and Regulatory Reporting Interface to CEN seeking to help jumpstart the Committee’s work. The final RRI will be provided by GSA to the international regulatory community as an open standard at no cost. Note that all the GSA released standards are available to the international regulatory community at no cost as per policy. Members interested in joining the OGC to work on or observe work on this standard can get more information on how to participate by contacting the GSA Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org. Regulators interested in observing work on this standard can join GSA's regulatory committee by contacting the GSA Secretariat at email@example.com.
The diverse reporting requirements for online gaming operations present a major challenge to suppliers of iGaming Platforms, Remote Game Servers, and Progressive Jackpot Controllers. Unique jurisdictional requirements are a major barrier to entry in some markets and have stymied efforts to introduce shared liquidity across jurisdictional boundaries. The RRI attempts to address these problems by introducing a single method for reporting online gaming information to regulators.