The Federated States of Micronesia is an independent sovereign island nation and an affiliated country of the United States consisting of 4 states. Micronesia became part of the Spanish East Indies in the 19th century for a short time. After Spain's defeat in the Spanish-American War, Spain sold its territory to Germany in 1899. As a result, the country became part of German New Guinea. After World War II, it was administered by the United States until it gained independence under the Free Association Treaty with the United States in 1986. This treaty, renewed in 2004, continues to strengthen the late independence of the Federated States of Micronesia.
There is no organized gambling in the Federated States of Micronesia. However, some states have laws regarding gambling because the country does not have a central government. After all, it is federal. The Federated States of Micronesia has a plan to open a casino on the archipelago and revive the economy, but it has yet to materialize. However, online gambling is not regulated, and these federally accepted gambler is accepted at many foreign online casinos.
Gambling in the Federated States of Micronesia is regulated at the individual state level. In most states, gambling is illegal or unregulated (the only exception is Bang Pohnpei). In Pohnpei, a casino is the only legal form of gambling under Proposition No. 332-18 from 2018, allowing the establishment of the 200-room Casino Resort on Pohnpei. You can find more online casino sites on the market here.
Although there are no specific online gambling laws in the country, online gambling in the Federated States of Micronesia is generally considered unregulated or prohibited. An office under the Pohnpei Tourism Ministry is the only authorized organization in the country to administer any form of gambling, in particular, to regulate the operation of the casino resort planned to develop in 2019.