Access to the Betfair Exchange isn’t available everywhere unfortunately. In this article we will detail exactly where you can access the Betfair Exchange from, and also provide details of where access is prohibited.
Betfair Exchange Licences
Betfair holds gambling licences in several countries. While the Betfair Exchange is only officially licensed in these countries, the Exchange is available to customers in a multitude of other locations.
For allowed Betfair countries gambling licences are held by Betfair in Great Britain with the Gambling Commission, and also Malta, under the Malta Gaming Authority. Separate licences are also held in the following territories.
Spain (Limited services)
USA (Limited areas)
The Betfair Exchange is by far the largest betting exchange in the world, it’s owned and operated by Flutter Entertainment plc. The Flutter group of companies also operates some of the largest bookmakers in the world. Alongside hosting the world’s largest online Poker website, Pokerstars.
We’ll follow with a list of allowed Betfair countries, where the Betfair Exchange accepts subscribers from legally via one of the aforementioned gambling licenses.
Allowed Betfair Countries for the Betfair Exchange
As detailed above, here is a list of allowed Betfair countries, which are accepted on the Betfair Exchange.
Malta (no poker or multiples)
Spain (Limited services)
USA* (*Allowed only within
Delware, New Jersey and
Nevada via TVG, a Betfair
If you’re listed in our Betfair Exchange legal countries list, check out our signup and promos page with details of the latest offers for new users.
Betfair Exchange Restricted Countries
Following our list of allowed Betfair countries, the following countries are officially banned from Betfair. When trying to access the Betfair Exchange website, in most cases the site won’t even load.
If your country isn’t listed here it’s worth trying to access the website, to see if you’re location is currently an allowed Betfair country.
- Smarkets allowed countries
- Matchbook allowed countries
- BETDAQ allowed countries
If you’re still unable to find a betting exchange in which your country accepts customers, the Betfair Exchange has several brokers available offering a much wider reach. Orbit Exchange for example offers accounts to all countries except from the USA, UK, France, Sweden, Turkey and Singapore.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
In which countries is Betfair Exchange use allowed?
The Betfair Exchange is legal for usage in almost 50 countries worldwide, these are mostly European.
In which countries is Betfair licensed?
Betfair holds licenses in Great Britain with the Gambling Commission, and Malta under the Malta Gaming Commission.
What alternatives are there to the Betfair Exchange?
Alternatives to the Betfair Exchange include Smarkets, Matchbook and BETDAQ. The Betfair Exchange can also be accessed via brokers such as the Orbit Exchange.