Interactive Gaming Council Canada (IGC)
The Interactive Gaming Council (IGC) serves as a collective voice for the interactive gaming industry. The IGC builds credibility in the industry and creates member benefits by aggressively addressing legislative and regulatory challenges and opportunities.
The IGC, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1996 in the US, relocating to Vancouver, Canada, incorporating there in March 2000. The organization was established to provide a forum for interested parties to address issues and advance common interests in the global interactive gaming industry, to establish fair and responsible trade guidelines and practices that enhance consumer confidence in interactive gaming products and services, and to serve as the industry’s public policy advocate and information clearinghouse. The IGC does what it has set out to do, and more.