Welcomes Equatorial Guineans
Equatorial Guinea is located on the western coast of Africa. It borders Gabon to the south and east, Cameroon to the north with the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Guinea to the west.
There are no laws specifically about online gambling in Equatorial Guinea, but it's unclear if existing laws that apply to land-based gambling apply to the online space. Because of this, it's not immediately clear if online gambling is even legal, and if it is, what forms of it are allowed. Until these items are clarified, however, players are more than likely going to be alright playing with foreign operators because there have been no charges brought and no one arrested over playing online gambling games.
Equatorial Guinea is also a good example of a country where there's a lot of potential for regulating the industry. They have at least six different casinos running in the country, and they all bring in a lot of business. It's clear that the people in this country want to play these games, and the government could generate a lot of revenue by giving them what they want.
No licensing process is in place for online gambling sites or software companies in Equatorial Guinea. They do have a licensing process for land-based casinos, however, and this licensing process is fairly strict. Along these lines, if they were to introduce online gambling at some point, then chances are that they would be inclined to keep the same level of seriousness and the same level of integrity about the licensing process for online sites as they do for land-based casinos. With that having been said, it's not certain that they will regulate online gambling inside of the next few decades, and it's also not certain that any future licensing process would be reasonable.
With no licensing process for Internet gambling, there are no player protections. Player protection is a very interesting topic in Equatorial Guinea because it's not clear if playing online is legal or not. Ideally, the government would clarify its stance on this, but it's not likely to happen anytime soon. Player protections for their land-based casinos are adequate, so it's not too much of a stretch to say that they would likely be adequate if they expanded to online gambling. Again, it's not clear that they will do this, however.
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