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Curaçao License

The Jurisdiction of Curaçao is one of the longest operating regulated eGaming providers in this market, providing compliance services to eligible gaming operators since early 1996. After nearly two decades of operating in the Gambling industry, Curaçao has also gained worldwide recognition for their reliable. Turnkey services for the eCommerce market. The great thing about getting a License with Curaçao is that there is no need to have multiple Licenses: A single License here means full support and services for all facilities related to software, service providers and operators.

The points that distinguish this Jurisdiction from the rest, and place it in a class of its own, are the offer of the unique IP License. The international compliance services and a team that has more than 18 years of experience in the Online Gaming market.

Curacao is also attractive for the simplicity of its gambling laws. Only one license is needed for any type of gambling operation. It doesn’t matter if you run a casino, a sportsbook, or a website that does it all; one license is all that’s needed.

The process for getting a license in Curacao is significantly easier than dealing with the UK Gambling Commission or most other licensing agencies in which there are multiple types of licenses, fees that go into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, and application processes so complicated that lawyers must be hired.

Still, nothing is what it seems in this case. The permits are not issued by the government in Curaçao, but by four telecommunication companies. It also turns out that they are not gambling licenses, but more of a license for “Information Providing”. The “regulators” allow commercial interests to prevail over the interests of casino players.