Denmark Blocks Five Illegal Gambling Sites

According to reports, Denmark has moved to block five online gambling sites illegally operating in the country. They include,,, and

Denmark has made another move to block unlicensed online gambling sites from operating in the country.

According to a report at, the Danish Gambling Authority recently instructed internet service provider Three to block five suspected sites, which have been named to include,,, and

The sites aren’t licensed in Denmark and had previously warned by Denmark to stop operating in the country, the website said.

In 2012, the DGA imposed blocks on 12 gambling firms that did not have Danish online gambling licenses, most notably Betclic Everest subsidiary Bet-At-Home and several Playtech-powered sites, including Titan Poker, the website said.