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Costa Rica is a country in Central America, bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. This is a fortunate country with many attractive tourist destinations and also a paradise for organizations that want to expand online games. Costa Rica is a destination that attracts gamblers who are passionate about sports betting, poker, and online gambling. However, Costa Rica has never had a licensing system like countries with other gambling jurisdictions and there is no specific law for online casinos. All organizations have to do is pay for a license and they can freely operate it in any way.

Gambling Laws in Costa Rica

By law, Citizens of Costa Rican are not allowed to gamble online, take games of chance or bet on events. However, residents can still circumvent the rules if the servers are located differently from the player. For example, if a gambler in Costa Rica betting on a server located in a country where gambling is legal, it is not considered illegal.

Over the past two decades, Costa Rica has established itself as the gambling capital of Central America. However, the government lacks assertiveness in regulating the gambling laws for Costa Rican citizens but is open to betting organizations. As a result, there is no official regulation of the gambling framework.

If a player has a problem that needs a complaint at a legitimate online casino in Costa Rica, there will be no way to sue or prosecute as there is no central governing body or governing body to deal with the complaints of players or protect the interests of gamblers. The only way is that the gamblers have to deal with that casino operator on their own.

Legitimate casinos in Costa Rica are not allowed to accept bets from Costa Rican residents and citizens.

Gambling Events in Costa Rica 

In the early 20th century, the revenue of the game industry in Costa Rica was about 1 billion USD per year. This has opened up a prosperous period for online operators in Costa Rica, as they don't have to pay taxes.

However, since 2000, it seems that the gambling game in Costa Rica has gradually waned as agents from the United States began to carry out arrest warrants for sports extradition.

After the United States' Illegal Online Gambling Enforcement Act was passed, and the Costa Rica gaming industry was hit hard by mass institutional displacement and stock plunge.

Currently, online gambling in Costa Rica is gradually being more strictly regulated. Most of the online casinos in Costa Rica usually target US gamblers. In 2017, revenue from mobile betting games surpassed $ 100 billion.

In 2018, Casino City Caribe Casino was built in the city of Moin on the Caribbean coast. It is one of the largest land-based casino locations in Costa Rica.

Payment Methods

Before moving money into your betting account, pay attention to the payment options that Costa Rican casinos offer. Each online casino will have different banking methods, so all you need to do is choose the ones that are suitable and secure.

Some of the popular deposit methods that Costa Rican gamblers can choose from include:

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Last updated: 23 November 2020