Curaçao issues first licenses under new regulatory regime

Curaçao issues first licenses under new regulatory regime

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  • Robert Fletcher, iGaming Business
February 5, 2024 8:06 PM
  • Robert Fletcher, iGaming Business

The Curaçao Gaming Control Board (GCB) has issued its first licences under the region’s new regulatory regime.

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White Star, part of Rhino Entertainment Group, has secured a new licence in Curaçao for its CasinoDays. Meanwhile, Games and More, Geeka Corporation and Small House now have Digital Seals.

Confirmation of the licence comes just 12 weeks after Curaçao launched a licensing process for the new regime. A portal to register opened in September but applicants could not register until 1 November.

The portal has been processing new applications under existing legislation with the GCB and to register all sub-licensees that want to keep operating after the National Ordinance for Games of Chance (LOK) is enacted.