Tag: licensing

Useful Online Casino Tips & Advice
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05 June 2015

There are lots of things that you should be aware of before signing to an online casino and this page will offer some useful tips and advice which should be of use for both newbies and seasoned pros. Before you sign up to an online casino you need to make sure that the casino is owned & operated by a reputable company and you also need to make sure that it is fully licensed by a trusted authority in a well-known online gambling licensing jurisdiction.

One of the easiest ways to find out this basic information is to read several reviews for the casino that you have had your eye on. Online casino reviews can pretty much tell you everything you need to know about a casino without ever actually having to visit the casino. You can find a comprehensive range of online casino reviews over at CasinoReviews365.com. Our team of researchers have basically asked the questions so that you as a player don’t have to and they have compiled reviews for some of the best online casinos in the world.

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Online Casino Licensing Authorities & Their Role in the Industry
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07 March 2015

This page will reveal some of the major online gambling licensing jurisdictions in the world and the reputable licensing authorities that operate from these locations, plus it will also discuss the role of these authorities within the online gambling industry.

Knowing a little bit about online casino licensing jurisdictions and the authorities that are legally permitted to issue licenses from these jurisdictions can quite often help determine how legitimate an online casino or similar gambling portal is and whether or not the owner of the gaming site is running an honest operation. It will also tell you the kind of support and legal backing you can expect to receive should some kind of issue arise.

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Which Licensing Jurisdictions impose the toughest regulations on their Licensees?
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11 June 2012

There are various different licensing jurisdictions around the world that regulate the online gambling industry, with some jurisdictions being tougher on their licensees than others and some are well-known to have higher standards than others.

This section explores the main licensing jurisdictions from around the world and reveals where the best online gambling portals are actually licensed from. Also, players should know that where these online casinos are actually licensed doesn’t always mean that this is where they operate from.

At the lower end of the scale of licensing jurisdictions (that don’t tend to impose strict regulations) are jurisdictions such as Panama, Costa Rica, Anjouan/Comoros and Belize. It is more likely that a rogue online casino would operate from one of these Central American online gambling licensing jurisdictions. It appears as though they hand out licenses to any old operator, providing they can afford one (and possibly a bribe as well) with little or no background checks on the casino operator.

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Which Online Gambling Operators can't be Trusted?
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06 June 2012

Rogue behaviour carried out by ruthless online operators comes in various different forms and whichever rogue attribute has been identified, it usually ends up with one or more players being let down in one way or another. Players must always be wary when signing up to an online casino because rogues keep surfacing on various radars.

News of a rogue casino doesn’t take long to circulate in chat rooms, reviews sites and online gambling information portals in general such as Casinoman.net, but before they are found out to be running scam operations, countless players are being ripped off. Before we talk about the actual operators, players must always ensure thatthe casino they intend to sign up to is fully licensed.

If it holds a license from one of the Channel Island licensing jurisdictions such as Alderney (the Alderney Gambling Control Commission), or from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission, the UK Gambling Commission , or by the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority, you can pretty much guarantee that you won’t encounter a rogue casino.

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