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Denmark
Number of Sites: 21
Like many European countries, Denmark's progress toward a competitive online gaming market was slowed by the presence of a state-owned gambling monopoly. For years, Danske Spil, in operation since ...
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Schleswig-Holstein
Number of Sites: 9
Until late January 2013, the German state of Schleswig-Holstein had been an outlier in the German online gaming market. While other states waited until 2012 to liberalize their online gaming laws, ...
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Saint Kitts and Nevis
Number of Sites: 7
The Betting and Gaming Control law of 1999 allows for the Federation (the joint government between St. Kitts and Nevis) to issue online gaming licenses. Residents of the island are not permitted to ...
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New South Wales
Number of Sites: 5
Internet sports bookmaking is allowed in New South Wales (NSW) as long as certain guidelines are followed. Bookmakers wanting to conduct online betting (thoroughbred, harness or greyhound races or ...
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Cagayan Economic Zone and Free Port
Number of Sites: 33
The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) is one of the only regulated jurisdictions for interactive gaming in Asia. CEZA offers online gaming licenses for the operation of online casino, ...
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Estonia
Number of Sites: 6
Estonia began licensing and regulating online gaming in 2010. In 2010, only Estonian-owned operators were allowed to offer online gaming. In 2011, Estonia opened up its market to offshore ...
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Spain
Number of Sites: 2
Spain's online gaming market officially opened on 5 June 2012, with the launch of .es dedicated websites. In the first three quarters of 2013 alone, the Spanish market generated EUR 168 million in ...
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Bulgaria
Number of Sites: 8
Bulgaria began the process to liberalize its online gaming markets in 2008, when the state began submitting draft legislation to the European Commission for approval. In March 2012, the Bulgarian ...
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Austria
Number of Sites: 2
In October 2012, the Austrian government issued an exclusive 15-year online gaming license to Austrian Lotteries, a subsidiary of Casinos Austria International. Foreign operators are not allowed to ...
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Uruguay
Number of Sites: 2
Online gambling – except for lotteries and betting on horse races – is prohibited in Uruguay. The Banca Quinela Association operates the National Lottery Network in Uruguay and was authorized in ...
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Romania
Number of Sites: 2
Romania has an online gaming regulatory framework in place, though there are still questions as to its validity under European law. For a foreign operator to gain a Romanian license, it needs a ...
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Czech Republic
Number of Sites: 3
Online sportsbooks are legal, and licenses have been granted to the top five betting shop operators: SAZKA, Fortuna, Chance, Synop Tip and TipSport. To reduce underage betting, players must first ...
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Latvia
Number of Sites: 1
Online gaming is expressly legal in Latvia as part of the 2006 Gambling and Lotteries Law. Latvians are only supposed to bet with companies licensed to operate in Latvia, and in 2014, the ...
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Lithuania
Number of Sites: 1
Lithuania's gambling laws are unclear in regard to online gaming, but that hasn't stopped the government from making the state lottery company, Olifeja, the sole authorized provider of online ...
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Netherlands
Number of Sites: 1
In May 2013, the Dutch government proposed changes to its online gaming laws that would open up the market to foreign operators. If adopted, the Remote Betting and Gaming Bill would allow foreign ...
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Poland
Number of Sites: 1
All forms of online gaming are banned in Poland except for sports betting. There are currently three licensed sports betting operators in Poland. To obtain a license to offer sports betting over ...
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Portugal
Number of Sites: 1
In February 2015, Portugal's Council of Ministers passed a bill to regulate the country's online gaming market. The government planned to license and tax a broad spectrum of online gaming products, ...
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Slovenia
Number of Sites: 1
Sportna Loterija offers sports betting, lottery tickets and games online. Loterija Slovenije also offers its lottery products online. In February 2010, the Slovenian parliament voted for an ...
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Sweden
Number of Sites: 1
Online gaming is permitted in Sweden under the control of the Swedish state and its agencies. Until 2018 Svenska Spel and ATG (AB Trav och Galopp, the Swedish Racing Totalizator Board) had a monopoly ...
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California
Number of Sites: 8
California has been trying since 2008 to pass online poker legislation, but the existing stakeholders in the state – the Native American tribes, horse tracks and commercial card rooms – haven't been ...
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New York
Number of Sites: 17
New York was one of the first states to offer a lottery subscription service online. Purchases may be made online only by New York State residents, and the application must be completed with a ...
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Marshall Islands
Number of Sites: 5
The Marshall Islands does not permit online gambling. It does, however, permit companies to offer options and forex trading online.
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Kahnawake
Number of Sites: 46
The Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) was established on 10 June 1996 and has been licensing and regulating online gaming since 8 July 1999. The Commission comprises three members appointed for ...
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Vanuatu
Number of Sites: 7
The Vanuatu government approved online gaming in 1999. The Vanuatu Interactive Gaming Act was passed by Parliament in March 2000 and officially published on 31 May 2000. The licensing process is ...
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Armenia
Number of Sites: 1
The legal environment surrounding online gaming in Armenia can be described as murky. Though Armenians are not permitted to gamble on sites outside Armenia, the practice is common, and the government ...
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