Swaziland Online Gaming
Regulations on currency exchange prohibited Piggs Peak from paying customers in any currency other than the rand, so the company may only offer its services to nations that are part of the Rand Common Monetary Area, which includes Swaziland, South Africa, Namibia and Lesotho. In 2007, the South African Pretoria High Court banned all Swaziland-based sites from accepting wagers from South African residents. The ruling also forbade the advertisement of Swaziland-based internet gambling sites in South Africa.
Piggs Peak appealed to the Bloemfontein High Court to finalize the legality of online gambling in South Africa. In September 2011, the appeal was rejected, ending the litigation. The Appeal Court ruled that the online gambling takes place where the player is, not where the casino's servers are located. Casino Enterprises no longer accepts bets from South African players.
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