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Starting an Online Gambling Business 

Apr 1, 2021 | Online Gambling

What are Some Things to Consider if Starting an Online Gambling Business?

Starting an online gambling business is no small task. It is best to seek the advice of a business consultant as well as an attorney with experience who may provide solid advice. Some factors to consider include getting: a gambling license, reliable online gambling software provider, and a trustworthy payment provider. 

What Gambling License Should You Get?

Every jurisdiction has their own unique regulatory requirement since each state ultimately decides whether it wishes to participate in online gambling and/or betting. Thus, an online gambling business must obtain a gambling license that will stand in the specific jurisdiction you wish to conduct business in. 

Additionally, it is important to keep in mind of the following when and before choosing a jurisdiction: costs and taxes, duration of the application procedure, and licensing requirements. 

What to Consider when Choosing an Online Gaming Software Provider?

There are several providers to consider for an online gambling software provider including but not limited to Microgaming, BetSoft, Playtech, and NetEnt. 

In deciding to go with a particular software program, it is important to consider a program that ensures the protection of players and data so that there is no unauthorized access to this information. 

Additionally, it is worth noting that the software should also have a reliable and advanced gaming management system so that the software can support different activities that will be taking place on the online gambling platform. 

How to Choose a Trustworthy Payment Provider?

When choosing a company’s payment solution, it is important to make sure the provider offers a smooth payment transaction, fraud detection, e-merchant integrations, and customer support. 

California Business Attorney

If you are interested in conducting an online gambling business in California, contact our attorneys at 310-933-5171 for a consultation. Our attorneys evaluate the details of your case and let you know what to expect and how you can proceed.