Curaçao eGaming announces ‘crackdown’ on multi-accounting fraud.


Curaçao eGaming (“CEG”) world leader in private regulatory licensing has announced a ‘crackdown’ against fraud committed via so called “multi-accounting”. It is the practice where players (end users) attempt to circumvent rules and regulations by playing under different accounts and names.

Angelique Snel-Guttenberg, CEO: “We shall no longer tolerate this kind of player behaviour as it makes it impossible for operators to properly guide players that display problematic gambling behaviour. It also makes it impossible to award players that do behave properly with a decent bonus. Players as well as suppliers could face a lifelong ban from any Curaçao regulated website as well as criminal prosecution.”