Another 19 Brands Blacklisted by ACMA, Orders ISP to Cut Access

In Australia, illegal gambling websites continuously get banned by ACMA. ACMA (Australian watchdog in Charge of Communication and Media) instructed ISP (Internet Service Provider) to halt new 18 illegal wagering brands in the country. In Australia, 222 companies joined by new brands have constrained from doing business in the country. On ACMA, websites report that voluntarily 100 companies have left the Australian market.

On 18 New Gambling Brands ACMA Rolls out Ban

Illicit gambling operators targeting Australian Citizens continuously hunt down by the ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority). The country is now communicating with the domestic ISPs and told them to ban another 18 black websites on the market, and the list is getting bulky.

Australia so far backlisted 222 gambling companies since 2012; the list comes online. Already to several brands, ACMA has constrained the access despite the slow progress, and in the pipeline, there are more. Regulators are not using the only method of blacklisting casinos and betting websites.

If the regulator considered 100 services as illegal, voluntarily, the company decided to withdraw themselves from the market

and avoid gaining the

classifications “black actor”. For taking issues with central licensing authorities’ company, previously ACMA faced threaten and Malta, United Kingdom and elsewhere they refused to comply.

As per the guidelines of ACMA, the latest blacklisted brands are 7-bit casino, Syndicate casino, Fast Pay Casino, Casino Nic, iLucki, BitStarz, Golden star casino, Woo casino, King Billy casino, spinago; Bet Chain Get Slots, Gunsbet, Joo Casino, King Johnnie, Joka VIP room and Wild Card City.

ACMA believes that the agency is protecting residents by blocking websites. Similarly, it is raising awareness that it should not operate in the country’s first place about gambling operations. The task is quite tricky as on the internets, some of the keenest gamblers are Australians.

Online gambling demand is surging, but there are few alternatives at home other than betting on sports. Taking on various issues throughout 2020, ACMA has been active mainly. We are focusing on the online provider complying with the ACMA regulations, a 12-month survey released by the watchdog.