The GRA licenses online casinos that operate from Gibraltar. Casinos that are licensed in Gibraltar are considered white listed by the UK. Therefore, casinos licensed by the GRA are permitted to operate in the UK.
GRA permits players from other countries to play with the online casinos it licenses, unless the law in their location specifically prohibits it (USA, Hong Kong, and Italy, for example).
In order to be granted a license, the GRA requires online casinos to comply with their legislation and standards.
An online casino’s compliance to the legislation and standards is verified by an approved independent testing and auditing body appointed by the GRA. For a short brief on GRA online casino standards, please see the “Regulation Overview” section below.
Should you have any questions, concerns, or complaints with regards to an online casino licensed by the GRA, you can contact them directly though the details listed below.
Below is a brief overview of the requirements for online casinos to be considered independently tested and audited according to Gibraltar’s standards. For full details on the technical standards, please visit the GRA website.
Although the GRA has not established the highest standards or most complex legislation, they have attracted many of the leading online casinos that typically self-regulate above and beyond the most stringent regulations.
If your casino is licensed and regulated by GRA, they are required to display the GRA logo on the home page (typically located at the bottom). As the Gibraltar legislation is lacking in complexity, ensure that you have read our Online Casino Reviews and the site you play on shows evidence of further testing to justify RNG (Random Number Generator) audits.
The GRA was established under the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority Act in October 2000 and is responsible for regulating online casinos as well as telecommunications, radio communications, and broadcasting transmission.
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