Czech Republic launches new exclusion register iGaming Business · September 16, 2020 at 7:11 am The Czech Republic Ministry of Finance has announced the launch of a new exclusion register that will allow consumers in the country to block themselves from accessing gambling services. The register will launch as a pilot scheme from today (15 September), with players able to sign up immediately and exclude themselves from land-based and online gambling offerings across the country. Licensed operators in the country will also be required to join the programme and begin blocking access to their services when the pilot stage of the project concludes on 20 December. Gambling operators will need to verify whether a person seeking to access their gambling offerings has signed up to the register. Players named on the register will not be able to gamble or set up another user account with any licensed operator.