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Bet365 Restricted Countries

by Fabien     October 08, 2016     411   0   0   0   0   0
Bet365 Restricted Countries

Below is a list of all the countries that Bet365 is no longer able to accept for legal reasons. This may change over time as legislations in each country are forever evolving and what is set now may not apply in the future.

Bet365 Countries List Disclaimer.

Please note that the list is not exhaustive and we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Should you wish to obtain an accurate list of authorised or restricted countries please contact Bet365. Restrictions may apply depending upon your country of residence and/or chosen payment method.

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Antigua and Bermuda

by Fabien     July 10, 2013     1804   0   1   0   0   0
Antigua and Bermuda

A nation consisting of two islands situated close to where the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea meet. Historically, the British have had a huge influence over many of the islands situated in the Caribbean. This influence has had an enduring impact on Antigua and Barbuda, with the country retaining certain legal ideals since it obtained independence in 1981.

As a result, Antigua and Barbuda has a very solid parliament based on the system in the UK. In just a couple of years after independence, the country formed and altered its International Business Corporations Act. The aim of this piece of legislation was to draw business to the islands in the form of international finance, much like some of the other islands in the Caribbean.

Antigua and Barbuda entices international companies on the basis that great rates are offered to them to conduct business. The legal process to setting up on the islands can be completed within a speedy window of 24 hours, in most cases. There are various trusts, accountants or attorneys that can guide international companies through the process.

Online gambling operators that locate in Antigua and Barbuda can, in some instances, receive complete exemption from all of the direct taxation incurred. Taxes can include international trading, investment, commercial activity as well as stamp duties. In terms of banking, Antigua and Barbuda has a basic 3% that is applied to gross income.

International business corporations (IBCs) formed in Antigua and Barbuda can transfer charters to foreign jurisdictions. It is only the case of financial IBCs that one of the directors has to be resident in the country and a citizen of it. This helps form the appeal for gambling operators setting up as an IBC in the country.

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The Directorate of Offshore Gaming

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Gibraltar Gambling Commission

by Fabien     April 22, 2013     3976   0   1   0   0   0
Gibraltar Gambling Commission

Intending to act on gaming legislation in 2005, the UK government confirmed Gibraltar as being part of the European Economic Area (EEA). The government in Gibraltar subsequently acted in the same year by introducing its Gambling Ordinance document to serve the purpose of defining the online gambling industry.

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Gambling Division

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Isle Of Man

by Fabien     June 13, 2013     2104   0   1   0   0   0
Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is a similar situation as Gibraltar in that it is associated with the UK but not directly under its jurisdiction. The name of the island’s parliament is the Tynwald, and it claims to be the oldest ruling body in existence. Consequently, the UK government does not make any decisions regarding online gambling legislation on the Isle of Man.

Globally, the Isle of Man is viewed as an excellent location by offshore operators seeking to be listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London

 

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Isle Of Man Gambling Supervision Commission

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Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority

by Fabien     April 20, 2013     2626   0   1   0   0   0
Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority

Malta is placed in the Mediterranean Sea, south below the boot of Italy. The Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) is the organisation responsible for all online gambling legislation in Malta. In 2004, the Remote Gambling Regulations were implemented by the LGA to regulate the sector.

Malta is an independent republic, within the British Commonwealth and a member of the EU since 2004. Malta has received in excess of 450 applications to provide remote gambling services.

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Lotteries and Gaming Authority

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