Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore

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Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore
Logo of CRA.svg
Logo of the CRA
Agency overview
Formed 2 April 2008
Jurisdiction Government of Singapore
Headquarters 460 Alexandra Road, #12-01, PSA Building, Singapore 119963
Minister responsible
Agency executives
  • Lee Tzu Yang, Chairman
  • Jerry See, Chief Executive
Parent agency Ministry of Home Affairs

The Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore (Abbreviation: CRA) is a statutory board of the Singapore Government.

The CRA is responsible for ensuring that the management and operation of the casinos in Singapore remains free from criminal influence or exploitation. It also ensures that gaming in a casino is conducted honestly, and that casinos do not cause harm to minors, vulnerable persons and society at large.[1]

Enforcement acts[edit]

In February 2012, the CRA imposed fines of SGD$385,000 onto casinos Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa for lapses in their security and screening. This resulted from 44 cases of people who managed to enter or remain in the gambling halls despite being disallowed into the casinos. These included 19 cases where Singaporeans and permanent residents were allowed in without paying for the $100 entry levy; five cases where gamblers overstayed the tenure of their entry levies, seven where people on exclusion orders were allowed to enter and 13 cases where minors were allowed in.[2]

A list of other enforcement actions taken by CRA can be found here [1].

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Casino Control Act". National Library Board. Archived from the original on 17 March 2011. Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "MBS and RWS fined for breaching Casino Control Act". The Straits Times. Retrieved 6 February 2012. 

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