DGOJ Spain

Gambling is a popular hobby in Spain, but a punter needs to be aware they're using a website that complies with the local rules and regulations. This ensures safety for everyone involved and prevents unforeseen circumstances. Any reliable live casino in Spain requires an official license from DGOJ Spain (Directorate General for the Regulation of Gambling) to operate within the country. DGOJ Spain is a part of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and is tasked with regulation, authorization, supervision and coordination of state-level gambling activities. They serve as the official gambling commission of the country.

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AAMS Italy

The Italian government opened its online gambling space to online casinos in 2006. To ensure the safety of her players at these gaming platforms, Italy has the so-called AAMS.

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With the live gambling market growing exponentially, casino regulation for the purposes of player safety has become a global concern. One organization that sprang up to regulate casino activities is the Curacao e-Gaming Commission. While this organization is not in the league of the likes of the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission, it does carry out some limited oversight on gambling platforms operating within the territory of Curacao.

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Cagayan Economic Zone Authority

The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) is the organization tasked with regulating and licensing gambling operations in the Cagayan region. The body targets mainly online gambling operators in Asia. It prohibits Filipinos from gambling at online sites hosted locally in the Cagayan region. The body does its work via what is known as First Cagayan, the organization credited with the growth of the Asian online gaming landscape.

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Malta Gaming Authority

Initially referred to as the Lotteries and Gaming Authority, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is an organization created by the Maltese government in 2001 to regulate the gambling space in its country. Together with the UK Gambling Commission, this outfit is one of the most authoritative as far as gambling regulatory bodies are concerned. The body is tasked with ensuring that all casinos with MGA licenses conform to the gambling regulations of Malta. It also issues licenses to casinos and enforces punishment on those that fail to comply.

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UK Gambling Commission

The Gambling Commission (GC) is perhaps the biggest name in the gambling regulation world. Established in 2005, this is one of the longest-serving regulatory bodies, as far as online casino gaming is concerned. The commission was created to control and regulate gambling in the entire market in Great Britain. Besides regulating online casino gaming, the commission also regulates lotteries in the region.

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Swedish Gambling Authority

Like the Malta Gambling Authority, the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) is an organization that regulates activities on matters of gambling. The body was established by the Swedish authorities to ensure that the gambling market in the country is reliable, safe, and legal. That means SGA regulates and licenses all the gambling activities in Sweden. The organization operates under the control of Sweden's finance ministry.

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Belgian Gaming Commission

The Belgian Gaming Commission was established in 2011, two years after parliament passed the Gambling Act of 1999 instituted the commission. The commission's primary function is to regulate the gambling industry in Belgium, both land-based and online gambling. Advising parliament and government on matters of gambling.

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