It is possible to get an online gaming license from a number of jurisdictions including Malta, Gibraltar and Curacao. There are specific requirements that need to be met by license applicants, no matter which jurisdiction they choose. Applying for an online gaming license requires knowledge, research and an investment of time and money. When choosing a jurisdiction for your online gaming license remember to research the relevant tax laws and licensing costs; licensing laws and technical standards.
To apply for an online gambling license you will need to gather a number of key documents including personal documents from your shareholders and directors. The process is complex and in some jurisdictions, some of the documents require certification by a notary or apostille. Once all the required documents have been gathered they need to be presented to the local regulator. The regulator does their due diligence and then gets back to you with an answer as to whether your application has been approved or rejected. Although the application process is challenging most online casino businesses have an online gambling license. Read our full guide on how to start online gaming business