Croatia is a green-level online gambling jurisdiction, and they have complete regulation of almost every aspect of the industry.

Croatia is located in south-east Europe across the Adriatic Sea to the east of Italy. It borders the Adriatic Sea to the south-west, Slovenia to the north-west, Hungary to the north-east, Serbia to the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the south-east.


Online gambling in Croatia has been heavily-regulated since 2010. You can gamble on the Internet in this country as long as you're 18 and order. For sports betting, bingo and keno games, players have to play through the Croatian Lottery website. However, online casinos are regulated differently by the Ministry of Finance.

The difference in this level of regulation and oversight comes from the fact that to operate an online casino inside of Croatia, you must also run a land-based casino there as well. This has kept out some of the more well-known operators, and while this would typically be a bad thing for the players, the operators that have decided to run there are kept under a close watch.


Licensing for online gambling in Croatia is performed by the Ministry of Finance, and they take it very seriously. Licensees are required to put up large cash deposits that are used for drawing overdue taxes and for rectifying player complaints that are found to have merit. Along these lines, this provides players with a safety net in case things go wrong. This type of safety net is one of the more advanced ways of keeping the funds safe for players, but they also have auditing that assures their operators are keeping personal and financial information secure as well.

Player Protections

If a player feels that he or she has been wronged, then there are very straight-forward channels to pursue to get that issue fixed. A big part of this is the financial safety net mentioned above, but another part of it is that the online casinos and land-based casinos are tied together. A company doesn't want to lose their land-based establishment over shady online dealings, so this provides an appropriate system of incentives for the operators to take advantage of their players. Overall, the level of player protections in this country are fairly high, and no one should worry at all about the legitimacy of their licensing process or regulatory body.

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