As announced by the Government, the Circuit Breaker will end on 1 June 2020 with measures to be progressively lifted in three phases.

CRA’s office at mTower will be opened from 2 June 2020. To minimise your time spent in public space, please contact us via our online feedback form or call us at 6501-7000. Visits to CRA’s office are by appointment only.

There will be a scheduled maintenance on the CRA website from 20 November (Sat) 10pm, to 21 November 2021 (Sun), 6am. The website will not be available during this period of time. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.




The Casino Control Regulations (the "Regulations") are made by the Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore, with the approval of the Minister for Home Affairs, under the authority of the Casino Control Act (Cap. 33A). The regulations contain in greater detail the requirements that casino operators and other persons who have dealings with casinos (including employees, vendors and patrons) have to comply with. Regulations have the force of law and are published in the Government Gazette.

The following is a list of the main Regulations that are in force, but does not serve to set out the full set of Regulations. The full set of Regulations are available without charge, and updated monthly, at the Singapore Government Statutes' website.

  • > Advertising
  •    - The list of Designated Tourist Attractions referenced to in the Casino Control (Advertising) Regulations 2010 be can found here.
    > Casino Licence and Fees
    > Casino Layout
    > Casino Marketing Arrangements
    > Composition of Offences
    > Conduct of Gaming
    > Credit
    > Entry Levy
    > Gaming Equipment
    > Internal Controls
    > Licensing of Special Employees
    > Patron Dispute Resolution
    > Prescribed Offences
    > Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing
    > Responsible Gambling
    > Surveillance

For the full set of Regulations, please click here.