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The online gaming industry of Curaçao has been legalized since 1993 when the National Ordinance on Offshore Games of Hazard entered into force. Online gaming licenses are issued by the Minister of ...
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Total Sites: 20
Mexico has no specific law regarding online or mobile gambling. Licensed Mexican land-based casino operators have been permitted to offer online gambling since 2004. Over the years, they have signed ...
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Total Sites: 10
Ghana's Gambling Act of 2006 does not specifically prohibit or mention online gaming.
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Total Sites: 4
Mozambique legalized online gaming in 2010. The online gaming industry hasn't taken off, in part because many operators seem to be waiting for its more populous neighbor, South Africa, to settle ...
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Total Sites: 8
Online gambling remains a grey area when it comes to regulation. The lack of proper legislation has led to Cameroonian players using international/offshore gambling sites that accept play from ...
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Total Sites: 36
Sikkim is India's only state offering online gambling licenses and its first state to pass online gaming legislation, which it did in 2008. The state legalized betting on sports in early 2010 and ...
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Total Sites: 9
Uganda permits sports betting that takes place via the internet or mobile phones (SMS).
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Total Sites: 754
Malta is an independent republic and a member of the British Commonwealth. It became a member state of the European Union on 1 May 2004. Malta is one of the world's largest and most respected online ...
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Total Sites: 55
In January 2018, Cyprus resubmitted its proposed new regulatory framework for gambling after the European Commission and Malta opposed its original draft. The EU member state’s Betting Law of 2017 ...
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United Kingdom
Total Sites: 858
For years, the U.K. maintained one of the most progressive regulatory frameworks for online gaming in the world. But that changed in 2014. The Gambling Act 2005 modernized regulations for the U.K. ...
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Total Sites: 274
Gibraltar is a self-governing British Crown Dependency. It is a full member of the European Union and retains complete independence from the U.K. in matters of taxation. Gibraltar has become known as ...
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Total Sites: 134
After opening applications for online gambling licenses in early August 2018, Lotteriinspektionen, Sweden's gaming regulator, received more than 60 applications from online casino and sports betting ...
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Total Sites: 17
Australia's online gambling policies are dictated by the Interactive Gambling Act (IGA) of 2001. The Act prohibits operators from offering online casino gaming and poker to people located in ...
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Saint Kitts and Nevis
Total Sites: 5
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 islands are not permitted to ...
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Total Sites: 32
Ireland began hosting online gaming sites in 2003. The first online bookmaking sites were launched in 2004. Ireland's bookmakers operate internet-based services under the terms of their bookmaking ...
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Total Sites: 3
In 2014, Singapore passed the Remote Gambling Act, which explicitly outlaws online gaming provided by foreign operators and permits limited online gaming to be offered by licensed entities. The ...
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Total Sites: 62
Online gambling has been legalized in Denmark since 2012, but only sites that have received a licence from within the country borders are considered legal to play at. Like many European countries, ...
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Marshall Islands
Total Sites: 3
The Marshall Islands does not permit online gambling. It does, however, permit companies to offer options and forex trading online.
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Isle of Man
Total Sites: 45
The Isle of Man is one of the oldest and most respected licensing jurisdictions for online gaming in Europe. The legislative framework for regulations was set by the Electronic Transactions Act of ...
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Total Sites: 6
Online gambling, with the exception of lottery ticket sales, is forbidden in Belarus. While sportsbooks are highly popular, they are available only in licensed land-based bookmaker offices, the ...
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Total Sites: 12
The Gaming Control Act was amended in December 1999, legalizing online gambling in Tanzania and providing a licensing system for fixed-odds wagering, sports betting, simulated games and lotteries. ...
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Costa Rica
Total Sites: 102
While the Central American country Costa Rica is home to approximately 300 online gambling companies, it still does not have legislation designed to deal with gambling over the internet. However, it ...
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Total Sites: 10
Like other Central American countries, Belize was an early player in the online gaming space. Belize's Computer Wagering Licensing Act, 1995, which came into force in May 1996, was the country's ...
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Total Sites: 29
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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Total Sites: 6
Online gambling law mirrors brick-and-mortar law in Japan. Online sports and race betting is available, but other forms of gambling are prohibited. Telephone betting was instituted in 1974 for those ...
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