Specialty Betting Archive

Cognizant Review of PEI Online Gambling Laws: What’s really legal? Prince Edward Island is the smallest of all Canadian provinces. Made up of one main island, and 231 smaller islands, it only encompasses 5,686 square kilometers. If you happen to live there, you probably already know that. What you may not know, however, is...
EU States with a monopoly on internet gambling “not a priority” for European Commission. Over the last few years, many states in the European Union have been criticized for instituting what some call an inappropriate online gambling monopoly. Complaints were lodged with the European Commission (EC), which agreed to look into the matter. Now,...
The educated gamblers guide to online gambling laws Ontario. Gambling is one of the most historically famous pastimes in the world. When the great Venetian explorer John Cabot arrived here in 1497, he discovered the natives participating in various gambling games. During colonization, British soldiers were known to be avid gamblers, although King Richard...
Demystifying the online gambling laws in Nova Scotia, Canada. Nova Scotia is the second smallest of Canada’s provinces; one of three maritime provinces, and one of four that make up the Atlantic Canada region. But like the rest of the nation, an abundance of its adult citizens enjoy gambling entertainment over the internet. Whether...
Current online gambling laws of Newfoundland and Labrador. There was a time – a very long time – when gambling was thoroughly outlawed in Newfoundland and Labrador. Across all of Canada, in fact. You couldn’t play cards, you couldn’t shoot dice or play slot machines, you couldn’t even play bingo or buy a lottery...
Review of current online gambling laws in British Columbia, Canada In Canada, gambling laws are mandated on a bilateral platform. On the highest level, the federal government determines what does and does not constitute gambling. However, the duty of legalizing and regulating gambling activities is left to the discretion of each province and territory....
Online Gambling Laws in Alberta, Canada: Unraveling the legality of iGaming in the Wild Rose Country The gaming laws of Alberta, Canada are quite lengthy. The province has gone to great effort to layout verbose terminology mandating exactly how any gambling business may or may not conduct business. However, those laws apply specifically to...
Sorting out the best Microgaming Canada casinos for different players. Microgaming supplies the most comprehensive online casino software platform in the business. The company abides by very strict policies, ensuring that its operators are properly regulated and in compliance with local jurisdictional laws. It also employs the most respected third-party auditing service in the...
An observation of Quebec online casinos and market status in 2018. Over the years, and to this day, Quebec’s stance on internet gambling oft fluctuates, much like the crest and trough of a turbulent ocean wave. It wasn’t until 2010 that the province launched its own regulated iGaming website. Even still, lawmakers are constantly...
Is daily fantasy sports gambling, and does Canada even care? For the last few years, the issue of whether daily fantasy sports constitutes gambling has been a hot topic below the 49th parallel. But in Canada, federal and provincial governments don’t seem too concerned about it. In fact, they’ve barely even touched the topic....