• April 17, 2024

Denmark blocks local access to 16 unlicensed iGaming domains

The gaming regulator for Denmark has reportedly announced that its recent move to block local punters from accessing 16 unlicensed iGaming sites has been upheld by a local district court.

According to a report from iGamingBusiness.com, the Spillemyndigheden authority revealed that this is the sixth time it has gone to court in order to protect the local population from illicit gaming domains since 2012 with the nation’s total number of sites banned in this way now standing at 74.From: web game casino

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According to the source, the regulator had sought judicial permission to block access to the offending unlicensed domains after only one of 17…

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