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25 February 2021 - 5:56pm

Restricted countries

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G'day!

When I'm gambling online I've noticed that some game providers are restricted in certain areas. Is there a list where I can see all of the restricted providers in the particular country just so I could be aware if someone is using pirated software in their casino?

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25 February 2021 - 8:00pm
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Welcome to the site! You can usually see a list here with casinos that are open to your country. Specifically when you go to the Casino review list, you can see a green checkmark if your country is supported (on the left side).

I'd recommend sticking to casinos that are well-reviewed in order to avoid falling into a rogue joint that has bootleg games.

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25 February 2021 - 11:26pm
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I know what you mean but unfortunately that information is very hard to come by. Game developers rarely publicise this and almost never answer a request for the information so we are left to find out from player experience. When we know that a provider blocks a specific country we mark it in our database and it will show up on the software provider page (index of all of them here).

For example on our Microgaming page, right at the top in the red section I see the following message: Microgaming does not allow players from Australia to play its games for real money.

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26 February 2021 - 12:26am
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hi CL-Ed is their any way you can mark or identify a casino when listing or reviewing that is not in your current jurisdiction.👍

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26 February 2021 - 1:46am
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This thread is about the software providers rather than the individual casinos but...

We already show that information for casinos. Every review has that stated in the red heading section. It is tailored to your current country setting on the site. On our page listing all our reviews there is a column indicating whether they allow players from your country.

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26 February 2021 - 2:19am
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YES I follow CL-Ed am trying to work out easily what casinos you are restricted from as I find it rather fruitless reviewing/talking /discussing a site if you yourselves have no access for last 3+ years😎

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26 February 2021 - 5:36am
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We have people in other countries that check out casinos for us when we review them.

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