Denmark Adds To Gaming Blacklist

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The Danish Gaming Authority has listed eight new internet casino operators who are currently operating in the country without approval from the government.

The DGA claims that all sites have been given a chance to voluntarily leave the country, but have failed to do so. Because of this, the government has moved to block the websites from being accessed.

The sites added to the Danish blacklist are:

  • - utilizing Playtech software and is licensed in Kahnawake, thought to be one of five websites owned by Zirconium Gaming Limited .

  • , titancasino.c om and - ( Europa Casino ) owned by Imperial E-Club Limited , utilities Playtech and Videobet software and is licensed in Antigua and Barbuda.

  • and - owned by Jackpot Factory Group utilizing Microgaming software, licensed in Kahnawake.

  • - owned by 1Bet2Bet Ltd. and utilizing the Merge Gaming Network and Stream2Play software licensed in Gibraltar , United Kingdom , and Kahnawake.

  • - owned by Dreammakers Gaming Tech S.A., using a combination of PariPlay and proprietary software, is licenced in Costa Rica.