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All casinos licensed in Antigua And Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda jurisdiction continues to practice a tradition of English common Law.  Antigua has met British regulatory standards, which allow licensed Antiguan companies to advertise in the UK and accept UK customers. The licensing and regulation of online gambling services are handled by the Financial Services Regulatory Commission’s Division of Gaming (FSRC).

 
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Sportsbook Casino
Key Rating: 3
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  • VA Allowed
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  • Slots:73
    Table Games:14
    Video Poker:8
    Arcade and Variety:8
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  • Mid-Slow Pay
    Estimated payout time is 8 days. Click the icon for more details.
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  • Live Dealers
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  • Unsupervised
    This casino is not accredited by any authority which accepts and actively pursues players' complaints. Click the icon for more details.
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Players Only Casino
Key Rating: 3
  • + 3 Other Software
  • VA Allowed
    Players residing in United States: Virginia are accepted.
  • 100%
    $100
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  • Slots:73
    Table Games:14
    Video Poker:8
    Arcade and Variety:8
    Game Variety
  • Very Fast Pay
    Estimated payout time is 2 days. Click the icon for more details.
  • Supported
  • Live Dealers
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  • Unsupervised
    This casino is not accredited by any authority which accepts and actively pursues players' complaints. Click the icon for more details.
Not Recommended

In June 2010, the Kahnawake Gaming Commission and the FSRC for Antigua and Barbuda signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that established an innovative regulatory relationship between the two commissions. The MOU enables a process when an operator holds a Primary License in either jurisdiction to apply to the other for an Inter-Jurisdictional Authorization. The holder of the Inter-Jurisdictional Authorization is entitled to be hosted in either jurisdiction. The regulatory body that issues the Primary License regulates and supervises all of the operator’s activities within both jurisdictions.