FAQ

FAQ

1. What is Gaming Licensing?

Gaming Licensing is a licensing company that was established in 2015 and is a part of the eGamings
Group dealing with innovative gaming solutions for both land-based and online gaming enterprises.
Gaming Licensing is focused on helping future casino operators obtain reputable gaming licenses for
all types of iGaming products.

2. What kind of services does Gaming Licensing provide?

Some of the services Gaming Licensing provides include company registration with designated
authorities, helping casino operators obtain Curacao and Maltese gaming licenses, gathering the
needed documentation, hosting services, payment systems integration including many cryptocurrencies,
providing help with the certification of your gambling software, and much more.

3. Why should I get a gaming licence?

Having a reputable gaming licence allows casino operators to buy legal software from leading gaming
software producers such as Microgaming, NetEnt, and Betsoft, as well as integrate reliable payment
systems including credit cards, e-wallets, and others. Also, if you have a licensed and regulated
business, players will know that you operate a legitimate site and that their safety and winnings
payouts are guaranteed.

4. What types of gambling licences are there?

Gaming Licensing can help you get different licences and permits for various types of gambling
operations. For example, Gaming Licensing can help you with an online casino licence, bingo games,
lottery, and poker room licences from two gambling jurisdictions – Curacao eGaming and Malta Gaming
Authority.

5. What are the advantages of getting a casino licence through Gaming Licensing?

Gaming Licensing offers support every step of the way until you get your desired licence and
beyond. Gaming Licensing helps you register a company in the designated territory, set up bank
accounts, integrate payment methods, and more. Through Gaming Licensing, you can choose
cost-effective and fast licensing solutions that can cover various gaming products at the same time,
such as casino, sports betting, poker, and others. Gaming Licensing also has around-the-clock
technical support that can help you should any problems arise.

6. What is the cost of a gaming licence?

The final cost of a gaming licence depends on multiple factors. First, it depends on the type of
gaming licence you want, either from Curacao or from Malta. Then, it depends on what kind of
services you want to include, what kind of gambling operation you want to run, and similar. For
example, the gaming licence from Curacao eGaming Authority has a price of €20,000 and includes
issuing the gambling licence, local hosting costs, company registration, and filing and registration
of all the necessary documentation.

7. What is the difference between Curacao and Malta Gambling Licences?

There are various differences between the two gambling licences and jurisdictions. Both are
reputable, but the Malta Gaming Authority’s licence is regarded as one of the most respected
licences in the iGaming industry. That said, you can expect the cost of the MGA licence to be much
higher than the Curacao one. Curacao licences incur a single income tax at 0 – 0,5%, while MGA’s
ones have a fixed annual licenсe fee — €25,000, plus flexible taxation — 0.40–1.25% of the
operator’s turnover. Also, the registration period for Curacao licence is completed in 2–3 weeks,
while a full MGA licence is issued in 6 month

8. What are some rules and regulations online casinos need to follow to obtain a gaming
licence?

The rules and regulations online casinos need to abide by depend on the licensing jurisdiction. The
most common ones include conducting a Responsible Gaming policy that fights gambling addiction,
visible display of the licence logo, RNG software certification, and more. Before they issue a
licence to a casino, Gambling Commissions require a detailed description of gambling business, its
data and financial reports, auditing information, description of games and their systems, and m

9. How to register an online casino business in Curacao?

The first step is to register a private company with limited liability, known as the Netherlands
Antilles Besloten Vennootschap (NABV/N.V. or B.V.). To do so, you need to provide specific
information, such as a document confirming the beneficiary’s identity, the confirmation of the
address that needs to be in Curacao (can be a utility bill not older than 2 months), an income
statement, a bank recommendation, and more. Gaming Licensing has a team of professionals that will
help you with all the details.

10. What are the documents I need to provide to Gaming Licensing to register an online casino
company?

Some of the documents you need to send to Gaming Licensing are the ID card, bank reference, English
translation of all documents, company revenue information, and overall business pla

11. What are the main advantages of a Curacao gaming licence?

Some of the main advantages of having a Curacao licence is that Curacao-registered online casinos
are registered in the so-called Curacao Export Zone, which means you’ll have to pay only 0 – 0,5% of
all income tax. There is not an additional VAT tax or anything. Also, the licensing process is
completed in 2–3 weeks and is cost-effective. Moreover, there are no limits on withdrawing dividends
and you don’t need to register an office in Curacao.

12. What are some basic requirements for a Curacao gaming licence?

For starters, your servers need to be physically located in Curacao and your software needs to have
been verified by an independent auditing company. Also, fair, clear and transparent Refund and
Responsible Gaming Policies need to be visible and upheld at all times.

13. How does a process of getting a Curacao licence through Gaming Licensing work?

First, you contact our expert team and submit all the required documents. Then, you need to fill in
the application form and sign a contract with us. After the documentation has been approved, you pay
the invoice we send and your licence will arrive in around 2–3 weeks.

14. Can I integrate cryptocurrencies through Gaming Licensing?

Gaming Licensing’s cryptocurrency solution allows you to integrate Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and
many other cryptocurrencies in a fast and reliable way. You will also get a 24/7 support service
from Gaming Licensing’s team of experts.

15. Can I license a cryptocurrency casino through Gaming Licensing?

Gaming Licensing helps you get all the necessary permissions to register and license a
cryptocurrency gambling operation in Curacao, such as opening an account in a reliable European
bank, obtaining a certificate of fairness for your games, and establishing a business plan.

16. What is a Gaming Licensing hosting service?

Gaming Licensing provides state-of-the-art and licensed hosting service that guarantees your site
won’t get blocked for providing gambling services. With our hosting, your site can support thousands
of players at the same time thanks to high bandwidth, a global fibre backbone with over 200 PoPs
worldwide, dynamic routing with BGP-4, and flexible BGP community options.

17. Is Gaming Licensing’s hosting service safe?

Our hosting service is protected at all times by internal and external Firewall, DDoS system,
Blackhole routing and customer port filte

18. Can Gaming Licensing help you with gambling licences from other jurisdictions?

The experts from Gaming Licensing are extremely knowledgeable about gambling laws and regulations
in Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, the UK and many other countries and can help you register your
business in different countries’ gambling market

19. What betting licences can Gaming Licensing help me with?

Gaming Licensing allows you to choose between the Malta Gaming Authority and the Curacao eGaming
betting licences. The MGA betting licence has an annual fee of €25,000 and takes around two months
to complete, while the Curacao eGaming betting licence can be obtained in 2 weeks and costs around
€17,000.

20. What kind of documentation do I need for a Malta Gaming betting licence?

To obtain an MGA B2C betting licence, you need a completed application in English, copies of the
company’s beneficial owners’ ID documents, description of your professional background, criminal
record, corporate charter, business plan and some other documents.