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ACMA bans access to 12 gambling websites

February 16, 2024 World Crime & LegaliGaming & Gambling

Twelve additional gambling websites have been added to the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA) blacklist, rendering them inaccessible inside the country.

In compliance with the Interactive Gambling Act of 2001, the ACMA has instructed Australian internet service providers to ban access to certain websites. Ninety-six websites and their affiliates that are deemed illegal in Australia have been banned after the first request was made in November 2019. Moreover, more than 220 companies have left the Australian market due to noncompliance with regulations.

Playzilla, Wazamba, Zet Casino, Slots Palace, Nomini, Casinia, SG Casino, Fez Bet, Buran Casino, Spin Better, Golden Bet, and Clash.gg are among the recently added websites to the blacklisted list.

Blocking websites is only one tactic the Australian government uses to stop illegal gambling. It is usually used when businesses are found to be marketing or providing Australian customers with interactive gaming services that are prohibited.

The ACMA cautions that local laws are unable to assist users in resolving conflicts or concerns, and that unlawful services often lack essential consumer protections.

Original story by: Asia Gaming Brief

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