Tunisia is a red-level online gambling jurisdiction, and this means that all forms of online gambling are effectively illegal.

Tunisia is located on the northern coast of Africa. It borders Algeria to the west, Libya to the south-east and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east.


Tunisia has no system for licensing online gambling, and they've made it illegal for foreign sites to operate there. However, they also have made it illegal to play with foreign sites for the players, and this means that the only legal form of gambling through the Internet would come with regulated sites inside of Tunisia, and their current gambling industry indicates that this is possible inside of the next several years.

The land-based gambling industry in Tunisia thrives to a degree, and they have multiple casinos that do very well. It could easily become the case in the near future that Tunisia regulates the online side of the industry, but there is no indication that anyone in politics there is looking to do that. With that having been said, there is a ton of potential just waiting in this country.


No licensing process is in place for online gambling establishments in Tunisia. However, they do have a licensing process for land-based casinos, and they have the demand there for online gambling. This is evident by the fact that tons of people gamble online from this country in spite of the laws that are in place because of the lack of enforcement.

This creates a situation where there are plenty of incentives for this country to regulate the Internet-based gambling market and offer a licensing process. If they follow the same level of standards as their land-based licenses, then it'll be something that the players can really take seriously.

Player Protections

Players do not have protection in any way, shape or form for online gambling in Tunisia. It's explicitly illegal to gamble online with foreign sites, and that's currently all that's available there. With that having been said, there doesn't seem to be any real enforcement of these laws, and plenty of sites accept players from here. However, if you decide to gamble online, then you do so at your own risk, and you acknowledge that you could face punishments including fines or jail time.

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