Where are no Account Casinos Licensed?

As you may already know, all online casinos need a valid gambling license in order to operate legally. It is well known that all casino licenses are not created equal: some are safer than others and also apply to different jurisdictions and geographic locations.

And since no account casinos run so smooth and pretty much lack verification processes, the question has arisen: where are they licensed?

MGA is the Largest Regulator

MGA (Malta Gaming Authority) is known to be the go-to regulator for safe online casinos that are looking to offer casino games in unregulated markets. Pay n play casinos are no exception in this matter.

Unless a no account casino is targeting players in a specific and regulated country like Sweden, it is most likely going to be regulated by the MGA. And frankly, this is good news for us players as it is a safe and reliable licensee.

If you want to find out if the pay n play casino that you’re looking to play at is regulated by this licensee or anyone else, simply navigate to the footer of the casino and look for the logotype shown below:

MGA License logo example from Mount Gold casino
MGA License logo example from Mount Gold casino

MGA regulated no account casinos are recommended for players from the following jurisdictions:

  • Germany
  • Holland
  • Finland
  • Canada
  • New Zeeland
  • Norway
  • Estonia

No Account Casino licensed in Sweden

Sweden was the first country to introduce the Pure Pay n play concept due to the cooperation between Trustly and Bankid.

Meaning that not only that all online casinos in Sweden are Trustly casinos, but that they all pretty much offer Pay n Play. You’ll find all the no account casinos licensed by Spelinspektionen (Swedish gambling regulator) below.

Betsson CasinoGogo CasinoCasumo Casino
Jalla CasinoPixelbet CasinoChanz Casino
Storspelare casinoMr Green CasinoPelaa Casino
Unibet888 CasinoSpela Casino
Hajper CasinoCashmio CasinoLucky Casino
Snabbare CasinoSnabbis CasinoSpeedy Casino
Leovegas CasinoTurbo Vegas CasinoNoaccountcasino
Prank CasinoPronto CasinoVideoslots
Nano CasinoKlirr CasinoGutsxpress Casino

More Licenses Coming in 2021/2022

Sweden was fast with licensing the gambling market. In fact, the fastest of all countries that allow Pay n Play. Nevertheless, there are more regulated markets coming this and/or next year. Germany and Netherlands are two big nations in the Pay n Play niches that are about to get their own licenses.

That means a slight decrease in the amount of Pay n play casinos for the Dutch and Germans but will lead to a safer market. We might also see Kahnawake casinos adding Pay n Play in the near future.

Are there Unlicensed Pay n Play casinos?

The simple answer to that is no. The reason is that Trustly is a financial institution that only works with trusted and licensed casino sites.

Our Summary

One of the biggest advantages about Pay n Play is that it is safe, and that is mostly because of how these online casinos are licensed.

With additional regulations, we’ll end up in an even safer gambling environment moving forward. Until then, our recommendation is to stick to MGA or Estonian licensed no account casinos. If you feel like you're missing out on information about the casinos that operate in Canada, you might want to read our article on why online casinos are legal in Canada.

Last Updated on November 23, 2021 by Max Deranker