Updates to the domain registry

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

#FAQ3395820 - May 9th, 2021

Curaçao eGaming ("CEG") has made changes to its  domain registration policies.

#FAQ3395820 - May 9th, 2021 - last updated on May 11th, 2021

Wat has changed?

Curaçao eGaming ("CEG") has updated its policies on domain registrations. Changes in the domain registry, additions or removal of domains and aliases can be requested online by the Corporate Service Professional ("CSP") in its capacity of director of the local Curaçao operator, for which purpose the CSP was designated a CSP-portal.

What is the procedure?

Only the CSP can request to add to and remove domains and aliases from the IP-sublicense. Once the desired changes have been approved by CEG, an amended public certificate (a so-called "A-Certificate") shall be produced and sent to the operator and which the changes shall have been noted. This usually happens within 24 hours after it has been (properly) requested.

What is the cost?

CEG refers to the service schedule to the operator. The said schedule shall be valid until further notice.

I need more information on this topic, what can I do?

The FAQ Section has information available on this topic. On May 4th, a letter discussing this subject was sent by CEG to its trusted CPS's. You can find it here. An additional letter was sent on May 7th, which may be found here. More information on changes in the validation system, may be found hereAs this policy change was recently implemented, we expect to update this topic on May 14h, 2021. In the mean time, CEG kindly advises you to contact your CSP, as this party is familiar with your case file and will be informed in great detail on what procedures to follow and the actions to undertake.