The gambling authority in Latvia announced it has closed access to 20 illegal gambling sites in order to strengthen the regulated industry.
Latvia.- The unauthorised gambling market is a top concern for gambling regulators worldwide and actions against its expansion are key to proper industry development. That’s why Latvia has taken action against a group of websites that were taking bets without the due license.
The local gambling regulator, Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia (IAUI), has announced it closed access to 20 illegal gambling sites. The list was published on the official website of the regulator and expanded the total banned gambling operators’ list to 1548.
The black list included sites: playmillion.com, redkings.com, eucasino.com, vegaswinner.com, lunacasino.com, sunnyplayer.com, platincasino.com, exclusivecasino.com, slotsmagic.com, drueckglueck.com, queenvegas.com, ahtigames.com, cozino.com, wildslots.com, karamba.com, lanadas.com, atlanticspins.com, goprocasino.com, regentcasino.com, spinson.com, spinpalacesport.com.