Gambling law in Estonia
Gambling is governed by the Gambling laws in Estonia. A game of chance is a game in which the player is promised the right to participate in the game, the player can win a prize at the end of the game, and the end of the game is wholly or partly determined by the action. . . . Random or unexpected events.
By law, the players are licensed in Estonia. Only entities with the right to control the game have the right to control the game, the ball or the building.
State control and private companies
The game can be operated by any legal entity that meets the requirements of the law and has a gaming company and a license.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) enforces the rules of gambling and lotteries.
Sacrebulo may impose restrictions on working hours in rural or urban areas. The municipality may also prohibit the opening of a playground in a separate building if the playground is next to the playground or next to the main or ancillary building. Vocational schools, leisure schools, stationary youth camps, kindergartens and youth centers.
When Estonia opened up the market to offshore companies, server companies had to enter the Estonian market. In 2012, Estonia abolished this legal requirement.
After the legalization of the Internet market, Estonia banned illegal gambling sites from serving Estonian citizens. If the user tries to access the gaming site from abroad, he will be automatically redirected to the Estonian tax office. Service providers should be punished for blocking unauthorized websites. Estonia also wants to block broadcasts and limit ads from unauthorized sites.
Laws and directives
The law is the most important legal basis for gambling in Estonia. The current law came into force in 2009. January 1 betting is regulated by the Gambling Supervision Act. All rules for advertising games are found in Article 292 of the Advertising Law.
The ETCB has state power over the rules of the game. The Consumer Rights Protection Committee exercises state control over consumer advertising. The Secret Service (CRF) monitors money laundering and terrorist financing.
Gambling games are gaming devices in which the outcome of the game is determined by electronic devices. Players can play the game electronically, including by phone, the Internet, and media services.
The game is not an external game, as the electronic means are used only for placing bets, reporting game results or transferring payments to game accounts.
Advertising and marketing
Advertising in gaming stores, gambling halls and their operators is prohibited unless authorized by the gambling authorities.
Gambling advertisements may not contain information that encourages people to gamble or visit gambling sites, or information that promotes business success.
Game ads must include text alerts. “Important. This is an advertisement for gambling. Gambling is not a useful tool for solving financial problems. Read the rules and act responsibly. The statement must be clear, understandable and clearly separated from the information of others by means of standard security measures.
Organizers of a bank, event or lottery may only participate if there is no incentive to play or visit the venue, or if there is no evidence that play contributes to social success. Normal, non-verbal and non-verbal functions can be added to the previous state. Distribution of the trade mark of the organizer is prohibited.