Online Gambling Sites in Aruba - March 2024

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Gambling Laws in Aruba

Gambling in Aruba is legal in all of its variety. Within the Aruban gambling legislation, there are several legal acts that comprise the core of the laws regulating gambling in this constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. They include “State Ordinance for Games of Chance” (Landsverordening Hazardspelen) from 1999, the “Ordinance on Licenses” (Vergunningsverordening) from 2002,  and the “National Ordinance on State Lotteries”. According to these acts all forms of land-based gambling are legal in Aruba. Online gambling is also considered to be legal. The regulatory body of the land-based gambling activities in the country is the Dipartamento di Asuntonan di Casino (DAC), which functions within the Ministry of Justice on Aruba. The legal functioning of the online gambling sector is also supervised by this body. Besides its function as a supervisor, the Dipartamento di Asuntonan di Casino, is the official body which grants licenses to all Aruban land-based and online casinos, sportsbooks, or other types of gambling providers  According to Aruban gambling laws, minors, under 18 years of age are prohibited to participate in gambling activities.

Is Online Gambling Legal in Aruba?

Yes, all forms of gambling are legal in Aruba.

Online Casinos in Aruba

There are 12 licensed land-based casino operators in Aruba, as of July 2018, located in the resorts around Palm Beach, as casinos in Aruba need to be settled within hotel resorts. Most of the casinos have licenses for launching internet casino sites, too. However, the offer of the online casinos in Aruba is mainly targeting European players and is hence not directed towards the local market.

Online Poker in Aruba

Aruba is the country of origin of Caribbean stud poker. So naturally, poker has immense popularity and tradition within this country. Concerning online poker, there are no specific Aruban online poker laws, but the general regulations apply and online poker is also considered to be legal in the Aruba. There are plenty of prominent online poker sites in Aruba most of them offering poker games to players in Europe.

Online Lottery in Aruba

The Aruba online lottery laws are composed of “The Ordinance on Lotteries” (Loterijaverordening) and the Lottery Decree, both from 1988, as well as of the State Ordinance for the State Lottery (Landsverordening Landsloterij Aruba) from 1992. The national lottery of Aruba, however, offers mainly land-based games and has not yet introduced an online lottery in Aruba, as of July 2018.

Online Bingo in Aruba

There are no specific Aruban online bingo laws, therefore general regulations apply. Bingo has a long tradition in the country and consequently, there are various specialized online bingo sites in Aruba. However, most of them offer online bingo to other countries mainly in the European and the North American region.

Online Sports Betting in Aruba

Online sports betting in Aruba is also regulated with the Gambling Act. The betting offer in the country, at least when online sportsbook sites in Aruba are concerned, is quite rich in comparison with the other countries in the region. Aruba has licensed plenty of sites offering sports betting opportunities offshore. Foreign internet sportsbooks are however banned by the authorities for accessing the Aruban market.

Online Daily Fantasy Sports in Aruba

Online DFS sites in Aruba do not have a legally regulated status. There is an ongoing debate on the status of this type of game, but considering the legality of online sports betting in the country it is very probable that internet Daily Fantasy Sports would soon receive a legal status in Aruba.