Slovenia is a white-level online gambling jurisdiction where it's not exactly clear what their stance is.
Slovenia is located in southern Europe. It borders Italy to the west, Austria to the north, Hungary to the north-east, Croatia to the south and the Adriatic sea to the south-west.
In what's likely to be one of the most atypical and unclear cases of online gambling jurisdictions in Europe, and perhaps the entire world, Slovenia has no law making online gambling explicitly legal or illegal. A number of foreign operators offer games in the native language, and plenty still offer games in other languages, and many of those sites have been targeted by the government to be blocked at the ISP level.
This is odd in and of itself, but it's also odd that they've went back and forth on the issue. Overall, their efforts to block foreign operators has been mostly useless, and tons of players get in on the action with games operated outside of the country every single day.
No licensing process exists in Slovenia. This is atypical considering they have taken active steps to try to block foreign operators in the past. It would make sense for them to regulate the industry if they were going to go that route, and they have enough of a population that they could pick up interest from several top operators if they had an attractive tax regime for the industry, but they've not decided to make any progress on this particular front so far.
Slovenia is a particularly volatile country when it comes to online gambling, and this creates some conflict for players who decide to play with unlicensed companies. On the one hand, there is no law against it. On the other hand, Slovenia might just decide to block the site you're playing with out of the blue with no warning, and your account balance could be stuck.
With that having been said, they've eased efforts on the blacklisting front, and it doesn't look like they're going to be picking that up again after their last attempt was largely a failure. Players have no protections when playing with foreign sites, but virtually all of the risk can be mitigated by playing with reputable sites that have a good history of consistent payouts.
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