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Research Report on loot boxes (April 2018)

May 9, 2018

Here you can find the research report from the Belgian Gaming Commission on loot boxes in video games.

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List of banned gambling websites

May 9, 2018

Here you can find the black list of the gambling websites that are illegal according to the Gaming Commission.

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Bets with a limited stake and a limited chance of winning (local forecasts). (7 May 2014, confirmed on 9 May 2018)

May 9, 2018

On the occasion of the upcoming World Cup Football, same as with previous World Cups – the inclination of citizens to gamble...

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Would you like to check which games of chance are permitted in Belgium? Are you curious about the licences needed by operators of games of chance? And what are the legal requirements for  online games of chance?

The Gaming Commission is pleased to provide an answer to these and other questions. Since 1999, we have been fulfilling a key role in providing advice, approving licence applications and monitoring compliance within the industry. Our website gives  you information about our powers, our partners and our legal basis.

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