Peru bans online anonymity for players
Peru has introduced amendments to its iGaming laws to prevent financial fraud and possible tax evasion, with online betting and gaming sites no longer able to provide anonymity to their customers
Peru has recently introduced further amendments to its online gambling laws, despite only legalizing iGaming and online sports betting last August.
These new amendments will require players to identify themselves when playing online to prevent financial fraud and possible tax evasion.
The country's Commission of Economy, Banks, Finance & Financial Intelligence has approved the changes.
Online betting and gaming sites will not be allowed to provide anonymity to their customers, and new tax calculation guidelines have been introduced.
These regulations reflect Peru's ongoing efforts to regulate and monitor the country's growing online gambling industry.