Online Gambling Sites in St Martin - April 2024

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Gambling Laws in Saint-Martin 

Gambling in Saint-Martin is partly legal under the current legislation of this French-speaking Caribbean island. Due to the restrictive Saint-Martin gambling laws, there are no land-based casinos in this overseas collectivity of France. Although there are no specific online gambling laws in Saint-Martin, much of the online gambling is also considered to be illegal, the only exception being the poker sites, lotto and sports betting which was legalized with the issuance of the Law 2010-476 dated 12 May 2010 on opening the online gambling and betting market to competition and regulation (Loi no. 2010-476 du 12 mai 2010 relative à l'ouverture à la concurrence et à la régulation du secteur des jeux d'argent et de hasard en ligne). The closest casinos in the area can be found on some of the neighboring islands. There were various proposals for the introduction of new gambling legalization on the island in the past years which especially stressed that the positive tax policies which obtain on the island might boost the gambling industry, once established. However, none of the talks have ensued in any action towards legalizing fully gambling and online gambling on Saint-Martin, as of January 2018.

Is Online Gambling Legal on Saint-Martin?

Partly. Only online poker, lotto and sports betting are legal in Saint-Martin. 

Online Casinos in Saint-Martin

As of January 2019, there are no licensed online casinos in Saint-Martin. While various other forms of online gambling games are legal in this overseas French collectivity, online casinos, similar to France, are not legal. Access to foreign internet casino sites is also considered to be illegal. 

Online Poker in Saint-Martin

Online poker sites in Saint-Martin are legal, as of January 2019. Although there are no specific Saint-Martin online poker laws, the general gambling legislation allows for their legal organization. Winamax and, two online poker providers licensed under the French law, are some of the most visited poker sites by residents of Saint-Martin. Access to foreign online poker sites is blocked by the authorities of the island.

Online Lottery in Saint-Martin

Saint-Martin online lottery laws are derived from the agreement between the community of Saint-Martin and La Française des Jeux, June 28, 2013. According to this documents, La Française des Jeux is authorized as the only company to offer its online lotto games on the lotto market in Saint-Martin. Thus, all games and online lotto sites in St Martin are available for play in France are also available for playing in the French overseas collectivities. 

Online Bingo in Saint-Martin

Bingo had not marked almost any kind of tradition in Saint-Martin. Consequently, there are no bingo halls nor online bingo sites in Saint-Martin as of January 2019. Access to foreign online bingo sites, is however blocked by the authorities.

Online Sports betting in Saint-Martin

Online sports betting in this French collectivity is legal and highly popular. There are various online sportsbook sites in Saint-Martin, most of which are also licensed in France. Their betting offers are quite diverse, encompassing most of the available sports and sports events worldwide. Most of these sportsbooks are available through special apps on smartphones too. Foreign internet sportsbook sites are actively being blocked by the authorities. 

Online DFS in Saint-Martin

Online DFS sites in Saint-Martin do not have a legally regulated status. Considering the legality of online sports betting in this French overseas collectivity, it is very probable that internet Daily Fantasy Sports would soon receive a legal status in Saint-Martin.