Curacao Internet
Gaming Commission

 

 

Curacao Internet Gaming Commission


Curacao

Established in 1996, the Curacao Gaming Commission is associated with the Government of Netherlands Antilles. The Curacao Internet Gaming Commission was established in 2001 and controls around 30 operators. It offers a comprehensive online Gambling license which covers all skill games, chance and sports betting. This makes Curacao is favorable option as an online gambling license issuer. Since most of the poker card rooms later diversify into casino, sports-betting, bingo, lottery and other associated games, Curacao, being a one-stop shop is greatly sought after as a online gambling licensing authority.

Curacao has developed into a an all-inclusive package provider, ensuring that apart from getting your e-gambling license, you also get co-location space for the hardware, redundant power connections, redundant data connections and other services. Curacao charges a corporate tax of 2% of the net gains from interactive gaming with 0% tax on Gross Bets. Dividend Withdrawals are not restricted and they charge no import duties, turnover (sales) tax and do not have a VAT.

Established in 1996, the Curacao Gaming Commission is associated with the Government of Netherlands Antilles. The Curacao Internet Gaming Commission was established in 2001 and controls around 30 operators. It offers a comprehensive online Gambling license which covers all skill games, chance and sports betting. This makes Curacao is favorable option as an online gambling license issuer. Since most of the poker card rooms later diversify into casino, sports-betting, bingo, lottery and other associated games, Curacao, being a one-stop shop is greatly sought after as a online gambling licensing authority.

Curacao has developed into a an all-inclusive package provider, ensuring that apart from getting your e-gambling license, you also get co-location space for the hardware, redundant power connections, redundant data connections and other services. Curacao charges a corporate tax of 2% of the net gains from interactive gaming with 0% tax on Gross Bets. Dividend Withdrawals are not restricted and they charge no import duties, turnover (sales) tax and do not have a VAT.

In order to receive the online gambling license, the company must be registered under the Netherlands Antilles Chamber of Commerce as a legal entity onshore or offshore before applying for license. An investigation is conducted by the Curacao Department of Justice. A deposit of roughly USD $35,000 (ANG 60,000) is taken and the monthly fee of ANG 10,000 is charged for two years. Fees can be negotiated after every two years.