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    Default Colombian Authorities Ban Nearly 2000 Gambling Websites


    The Colombian gaming regulator Coljuegos announced on or close to Sept. 14 that it has increased the number of names on its blacklist of unlicensed, offshore gambling sites to 1,805. Colombian residents are being blocked from accessing these platforms thanks to cooperation between Coljuegos, the Ministry of IT and Communications (MinTIC), and the National Police (Polic?a Nacional).
    The Colombians have made a major push this year to ban gambling websites. This new list of banned websites is simply an extension of a broad swath of companies banned back in March of 2018.

    Of course the public reasoning is to protect the citizens from nefarious unregulated companies. However, we all know that the real reason is tax revenue.

    I know that this has resulted in Bovada having to abandon the country after opening up to them back in 2017. A shame, we were starting to get traction there with signups. The proliferation of these countries cordoning off their markets is bad for business!
    Last edited by PROFRBCOM; 10-06-2018 at 03:30 PM.
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