Golden Euro Casino licensed in Antigua

The online casino, designed especially for European players, is now regulated by the Antigua Gaming Commission.

Antigua & Barbuda.- Robert Miller, manager of Golden Euro Casino, announced that the online casino has moved its gaming license to Antigua.

Miller added that Antigua is a well-known and reputable jurisdiction and the license shows transparency in operations and provides security of the gaming software.

A statement released by the company says Golden Euro Casino is from now on regulated by the Antigua Gaming Commission, which is an official licensing and regulating authority for gaming activity in operations since 1999.

Back in 2003, Antigua and Barbuda took the US to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) after the American nation prevented its citizens from accessing Internet gaming services based in Antigua. The WTO ruled in favour of Antigua and Barbuda. However, the US has never honoured the ruling and a settlement has yet to be reached despite years of negotiations.