Online Gambling

Europe Online Gambling by Country

  • Austria. There is a monopoly on the online gambling market here (public-private). All games are regulated under Lottery Licence.
  • Belgium. Online casino games are legal under Category A+ and B+ licenses. Land-based institutions can offer online services.
  • The Czech Republic. All games are allowed apart from the tombola, a type of lottery, and mini cart tournaments.
  • Denmark. Gambling on the Internet is allowed under many types of licenses, including slots, table games, etc.
  • Estonia. They have The Gambling Act which aims to regulate both land-based and online casinos. Also, there are multiple licenses.
  • France. According to their regulations, only online poker is legally permitted.
  • Finland. There is a state-owned monopoly on different casino games.
  • Germany. The online gaming market is not officially regulated in this country. So, it is neither allowed nor prohibited.
  • Greece. This country has not yet created a list of legally allowed online casino games. However, they have Law no. 4002/2011 to regulate the market since 2011.
  • Hungary. All online casino games are regulated by the country by The Gambling Supervision and the Ministry for National Economy.
  • Italy. All games are allowed and casinos controlled by AAMS (Autonomous Administration of State Monopolies).
  • Latvia. Games are regulated by The Lotteries and Gambling Supervision Inspection of Latvia.
  • Lithuania. Internet gambling is allowed, but operators must adhere to rules (number of games, type of games, etc.).
  • Luxembourg. Lotteries are allowed, other types are not regulated by the state.
  • Monaco. Only land-based operations are permitted here according to the Monegasque Law.
  • The Netherlands. The online gambling market is not regulated by the state.
  • Portugal. Licenses are required to launch an online casino in this country.
  • Serbia. Licenses are required to launch an online casino in this country.
  • Slovakia. The state monopoly on gambling. Operators can offer their games on the Internet without identifying them as online gambling.
  • Spain. Regulated with licenses. Also, there are special gambling windows, time frames for legal playing.
  • Sweden. There is a monopolist operator — Svenska Spel — that is allowed to provide poker and bingo on the Internet.
  • The United Kingdom. All games are allowed if your company has a license for online gambling.
  • Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Poland. Online gambling is prohibited.