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This website explores the history of online casino operators licensed in Caribbean jurisdictions

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This website explores the history of online casino operators licensed in Caribbean jurisdictions


Origins

 

There are plenty of remarkable casinos in the Caribbean, from the massive Atlantis Casino of The Bahamas to the 18 brick-and-mortar options in Puerto Rico alone. Less visible, but arguably more influential, is the online gaming industry. With gamblers from all over the world playing on sites hosted by companies licensed and based in the Caribbean, this is a sector not to be overlooked. Furthermore, this industry, with annual global revenue recently estimated to reach US$635 billion by the year 2022, began in the Caribbean.

Industry History Began Here

The international online gaming phenomenon launched in Antigua and Barbuda. In 1994, that country passed the Free Trade and Processing Act, which allowed for licenses to companies wishing to open online casinos. This was the same year that international online gaming was launched, as a collaboration between Microgaming software, based on the Isle of Man, providing the gaming software and platform, and CryptoLogic, the Dublin-based company providing the financial framework.

Antigua and Barbuda have since become an international leader in online gaming: several industry leaders are licensed there, including Bodog, Titan, and Sportsbook, with many such companies achieving considerable financial success, even being listed on the London Stock Exchange, and bringing major tax revenue to the small nation. In the intervening years, many other Caribbean nations have followed suit, including Curacao, St Kitts and Nevis, and Aruba.


Legality at Home and Abroad

The original Free Trade and Processing Act granted licenses for both interactive gaming, such as online casinos, and interactive wagering for sports betting. Not all countries treat these two forms of gambling equally, however. There are similar differences between regulation of land-based casino and online sites. Brick-and-mortar casinos are banned in Barbados, for example, but online gambling is not specifically regulated and exists in a legal gray area. There are other areas where regulation is unclear (sometimes left so purposefully by governments preferring to leave difficult questions unanswered), such as in the small nation of St Maarten.

Many Caribbean nations, drawn to the tax and tourist revenue provided by legal gambling but troubled by the potential for addiction and trouble for to its citizens, make distinctions between foreign nationals and their own citizens with regards to legal gambling. Online gambling licenses are granted to companies in Jamaica, for example, yet placing wagers remains illegal for Jamaican citizens. Similarly, it is illegal for Bahamians to play in any of the brick-and-mortar casinos that draw in droves of tourists. Partial limitations also exist: brick-and-mortar casinos are available to citizens in Aruba, but they are nevertheless limited to eight visits per month.

Find out more

There are over 100 licensed casinos divided by:

Categories: by software

  • Microgaming
  • Quickspin
  • Evolution Gaming
  • Yggdrasil Gaming
  • Big Time Gaming
  • Merkur Gaming
  • Amaya Gaming
  • NextGen Gaming
  • Net Entertainment
  • Playtech

By Platform

 
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • Android
  • Windows Phone

By Product

 
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  • Mobile Casinos
  • Live Dealer
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Top Three Casinos

Dream Vegas

 Dream Vegas Casino is part of the Imperium Network Solutions Group running on the White Hat Gaming Platform. Dream Vegas Casino is licensed: by Curacao eGaming. They provide a range of games from: NetEnt, Microgaming, Thunderkick, WHG, ELK Studios, Multicommerce, 2 by 2 Gaming, Merkur, Lightning Box, Just for the Win, Genesis, Foxium, Big Time Gaming, Micro, Aristocrat, Leander Gaming and NYX. Their site is built upon a colour palette of: blue, orange and white and their logo is their name in white and orange – “Dream” in white and “Vegas” in orange lights. 

SlotsMillion Casino

SlotsMillion Casino is a diverse online casino with a clean instant-play interface and a massive selection of video slots. It’s powered by multiple software platforms, including Microgaming, NetEnt, Play'n GO, Pragmatic Play, Yggdrasil Gaming, Playtech, Quickspin and many others. SlotsMillion Casino is licensed by the following gaming authority:  Curaçao Interactive Licensing  

Betkurus.com

Launched in 2014 Betkurus is one of first licensed Bitcoin Casinos  in the world which  includes many slots from NextGen Gaming, Igrosoft and also Features some hard-to-find table games from 1x2Gaming. The website is is licensed under Curacao Gambling Licence and is operated by DigitalSport Entertainemnt. The company also operates Oddscapper.com, cappers picks and sportsbook review website. Source: Bloomberg