Until now, and for most countries, lottery and betting applications were prohibited on Google Play. Only Google allowed since 2017 the applications of real money g******g in Brazil, Ireland, France and the United Kingdom but just over a month will reach 15 more countries this type of applications, with Spain Y Mexico included in the list.

As of March 1 will enter into force the new Policies of the Developer Program: G******g Games, Games and Contests with Real Money, which allows for the first time the g******g apps and games in half the world.

Real money bets come Google Play

Until now, if we wanted to download an application that would allow us to place bets or bet money on games of chance you had to download the APK from its corresponding web page. Its developers could not publish this type of application on Google Play.

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Now, in just over a month, in Spain, Mexico, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, Sweden and the United States, as well as the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and Brazil, we can download real money g******g apps officially, and safely, from Google Play.

Google Play will allow developers to publish the following types of applications:

  • Online c****o games.
  • Lotteries.
  • Sports bets.
  • Fantasy sport diaries.

This means that starting in March we will be able to download applications such as State Lotteries and bets, the complete TuLotero application, or online sports betting and c****o applications from the Play Store.

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Developers will have to comply with the laws and industry standards of each country, as well as comply with the advertising laws related to real money g******g. Therefore, we will soon see how the betting applications and announcements will reach our Android devices.

Google advises that applications must be free and don’t use Google Play billing. In addition, the application has to prevent it from being used by a minor.