According to the various gambling and online gambling laws in Hungary we do not accept Hungarian visitors to this website. Only Szerencsejáték Zrt., Magyar Lóversenyfogadást-szervező Kft., LVC Diamond Kft., and Cívis Grand Casino Kft. can organize, promote, and conduct, any kind of online gambling activity (and this also applies to gambling affiliate marketing activities in relation to Hungarian players).
If you are from Hungary, and/or you are a Hungarian citizen, we would like to ask you to leave this website.
None of the gambling websites we work with accept players from Hungary, and according to our terms and conditions visitors from Hungary are required to leave the webpage.
/Explanation: Only an insignificant number, about 0.01% of our visitors come from Hungary, and none of the gambling platforms advertising on the website accept Hungarian players, they never did.
However, despite repeated attempts, Hungarian visitors did not comply with our requests, and did not leave the website, and did not care about the terms and conditions and tried to register in the online casinos, which led to problems, so we had to initiate a sitewide IP address ban.
That is why you are seeing this webpage.
Thank you for understanding, we did not make the laws, but we have to abide by them./
More info can be found here on the Szerencsejáték Felügyelet’s website (Hungarian only).
Only the following forms of online gambling are legal for Hungarian players:
- The Hungarian lottery, online lottery
- Tippmix, Hungarian online sports betting monopoly
- LOVI, horse racing betting monopoly, but no online betting yet
- Grandcasino, an online casino that is supposedly partially owned by an offshore company FFster Investments B.V., tied to a Dutch millionaire, in partnership with the Hungarian land-based casino in Debrecen (use Vegas.hu instead please, do not support the supposedly tax-evading offshore online casino, thank you, Source (Hungarian), Additional source (also Hungarian))
/Comment: I only added ‘supposedly’ for legal reasons, I don’t want to get used./
Everything else is illegal, despite what the lying, and illegally operating Hungarian gambling blogs claim.
Advertising unlicensed online gambling websites is considered “szerencsejáték szervezés” (organizing gambling activates) and it is illegal. It is especially illegal if someone advertises unlicensed online casinos, which illegally accept Hungarian players (only the two licensed online casinos above can accept Hungarian players legally, but you won’t find any of them on any of the Hungarian gambling blogs, they only advertise unlicensed illegal websites…).
Be careful with these lying Hungarian gambling blogs. They can not be trusted.
Last updated: 2022-09-01
Last Updated on 2022-09-01 by Simon
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