Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of

Macedonia is a green-level online gambling jurisdiction with a full level of regulation for the country.

Macedonia is located in south-east Europe. It borders Kosovo to the north-west, Serbia to the north, Bulgaria to the east, Greece to the south and Albania to the west.


Macedonia's government started a monopoly on online gambling in 2014. This monopoly includes all different types of games, and it represents a full and complete regulation of the industry inside of their borders. To protect their games, they have pushed for blacklists and other similar types of efforts that we've seen in other countries with similar types of regulation.

Whether the blacklists have worked is a matter of opinion, but most people in the industry agree that it doesn't take much effort to get around them. With that having been said, Macedonia does a better job than most countries with state monopolies when it comes to giving players a lot of options for play with poker, casino, sports betting, bingo, lottery-style games and other forms of online gambling made easily available through the state-operated monopoly.


There is no usual licensing process in Macedonia. Instead, the company Casinos Austria is the lone company that has the rights to work with the government to offer online gambling games. This has gotten a fair amount of criticism from people inside of Macedonia and from other European countries for what they see as a violation of open and fair trade. To date, the European Commission has not filed any sort of action against Macedonia, though it has against countries with similar policies in the past.

Player Protections

The state monopoly in Macedonia hasn't really been around long enough at this time to determine what level of reliable player protections are in place. While there are no indications that they're abusing players or ignoring reasonable complaints, they just haven't had the time to build a reputation for really having great service for their players.

Players are generally kept from playing with foreign operators through blacklists and other measures. While there are fairly simple ways to get around these measures, it's unclear what penalties players could face for doing so. This is why we recommend that players stick with the state monopoly for the time being since they offer a good selection of games and ways to gamble on the Internet.

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