he conditions and requirements for getting a license in the online gambling business are very different depending on the countries, and even in different regions within the same country. iGaming aggregator and software provider Slotegrator offers gambling licenses almost all over the world and explains details operators need to know before setting up business.
The gambling legislation is very diverse, and the market is developing by leaps and bounds. For instance, the recently opened Ukrainian market brings great prospects for those who estimated the country's potential and plug into the gambling business. Also, online gambling has recently been legalized in Belarus, which has attracted the attention of operators and investors. The industry is also developing in Georgia, where all types of gaming activities are now allowed.
Slotegratos also notes there are gambling markets that have been offering convenient conditions and a transparent legislative framework for a long time. For example, in the Balkans, the industry has been developing steadily for many years, and in recent years it has experienced an iGaming boom. In particular, Estonia has a "solid" legal base with transparent licensing and taxation and the gambling market is regulated. "Central Europe has been and remains a reliable gambling market, whose fertile soil offers investment opportunities of all kinds for the iGaming industry. Also, the African market has established itself as a promising area for expanding the gambling business," the company says.
Slotegrator currently offers guidance and assistance to operators with acquiring a gambling license in accordance with the operating markets, including the ones mentioned above. "Depending on the purpose of the business and your target audience, you should choose a path: for example, come to the sphere with a Curacao license, acquire a license from Malta if you already have a serious business and, of course, do not forget about the possibilities of such popular jurisdictions as the Isle of Man and Kahnawake."