According to this license, the company, which received it, has the right to organize gambling and sports betting in all countries except for the prohibited ones. The list of the latter includes the United States, the Netherlands, France, Curacao, and Australia. If you find a violation of this requirement, users can complain to the regulatory commission. To begin with, it is necessary to make sure that the company does not operate in a particular country under a related license.
Waiver of Brand Ownership
The Curaçao Gambling Commission is the regulatory body for the licensing of betting shops and online casino, including such as Fairplay and its servires for example an application. The organization is not commercial and is not responsible for the actions, services offered, and software of the licensed companies.
The organizer of gambling itself must comply exactly with the standards laid down in the requirements for obtaining a license, as well as the laws of the country in which it operates. The Curaçao Gambling Commission is not responsible for violations of the laws.
Copy Verification System
The design of the Curacao Gambling Commission seal verification system is a service to verify the current working status of a company. All text, graphics, and other content posted here fall under the protection of copyright laws. They may only be used in strict accordance with the policies we have developed.
It is forbidden to change the information downloaded by the printing system in any way. Otherwise, violators will be subject to penalties up to and including license suspension.
A number of the trademarks, trade names, and logos used on this site are the intellectual property of the Curaçao Gaming Commission and its subsidiaries. The only exceptions are the domain and trade name of the company mentioned above.