The Belgian Gaming Commission, an online gambling regulator for the country announced that they have blocked six online betting sites making the total amount of black listed websites in Belgium to 86. Elsewhere in Europe the Bulgarian State Commission announced that they have blocked five online betting sites.
This is a result to various European countries trying to regulate online gambling. No longer are countries such as Belgium and Bulgaria allowing for illegal online gambling activity to occur in their countries. Multiple online betting websites have been blacklisted throughout Europe for money laundering, delay of payments and so much more.
The currently newest blocked gambling websites include: 10Bet.com, Gratorama.com, Interwetten.com, AllSports365 (Taking players back to Bet365.com) and RaceBets.com.
New Blacklisted online gambling websites in Bulgaria include: VeraJohn.com, Bulldog777.com, Gr88.com, Bet90.com and ViewCasino.com. Each one of the owners for these online casinos have been given a 24 hour notice to cease all of their operations and services for Bulgarian online punters.
We will continue to keep you updated on the future of regulated and legal online gambling within Europe. Various online gambling groups are working hard at this very moment in order to ensure that safe online gambling is occurring throughout Europe.
The US Virgin Islands announced that they are ready to offer regulated and legal online betting services to operates and punters alike, this information came from the Attorney General for the US Virgin Islands Vincent Frazer.
Mr. Frazer took the time to speak to the press earlier on this week saying, “The US Virgin Islands are now ready to offer legal and regulated online gambling to punters. The laws have already been put in place which would allow for such an industry to exist within our territory. These new services were about to offer will follow along the lines of Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey. We only hope we can prosper such as they have.”
The Governor for the US Virgin Islands John De Jongh Jr. also voiced his support for the new regulated online gambling industry saying, “This is a massive turning point for the US Virgin Islands and the diversification we’ll have upon the world. Our land based casinos are a marvel that thousands of people come to visit a year, are horse racing tracks are beloved by many and it is now our mission to make online gambling beloved by our citizens. We hope to bring some of the largest online global internet companies to the US Virgin Islands so that we can provide an experience that is unlike anywhere else in the world.”
Such as always,s we will continue to keep you informed on the future of the gaming in the US Virgin Islands.