This License Verification page is provided as a service to verify the present licensing status of the Company and Website named above as an IP Provider, who operates under under license reference 1668/JAZ issued to Curaçao eGaming.

Creating or maintaining any links from another website to this License Verification page without our prior written permission is prohibited.

The trade name “Curaçao eGaming” or “CEG” is owned by Cyberluck Curaçao N.V. (“Cyberluck”), a public limited company, incorporated on March 15th, 1996 in Curaçao. Cyberluck is licensed by the Government of Curaçao since October 1st, 1996 under license reference 1668/JAZ to offer games of chance, including the right to under regulatory obligations grant the said offering to third party IP-operators, commonly known as “sublicensing”. Public License Certificate “A” is a bespoke, public certificate, listing the information of one single domain and its Alternate Designations (“AD’s”) for compliance purposes. It is valid for public display within the said domain and its AD’s only and cannot be used for any purposes of certification, other than to provide assurance to players (“End Users”) that the website is under compliance oversight by CEG.

Curaçao eGaming (“CEG”) should only be contacted by players when they believe an Operator is in breach of their license. All disputes with an Operator about a payout, a blocked account, a delay, broken features and so on, should first be taken up directly with the Operator. If no resolution is found, you can escalate the matter to Curaçao eGaming by clicking the link above.

The option to Self-Exclude (“Self-Exclusion”) via the verification page (the: “Seal”) is an intermediary service of Curaçao eGaming (“CEG”). By submitting a request for Self-Exclusion (the “Request”) via the Self-Exclusion form (the “Form”), the end user (“End-User”) triggers a mandatory procedure for the operator (the “Operator”) of this particular to discontinue services to the End-User for a minimum of 6 (six) months as per the IP-Agreement between CEG and the Operator. The Request shall not immediately trigger Self-Exclusion. CEG shall first confirm the identity of the End-User. Once the request is properly validated, the Operator shall be allowed a grace period of seven calendar days to comply with the Request, after which the Operator should confirm the Self-Exclusion to the End-User. The End-User is at any time allowed to seek alternate means to Self-Exclude. However CEG does not accept any responsibility for the End-User that opts not to follow this particular intermediary procedure.