In Spain, online casinos are regulated by Law 13/2001, which is overseen by the General Directorate for the Regulation of Gambling (DGOJ). This legislation requires users to present their identity document and prove they are of legal age in order to access online casinos. Additionally, users who have been banned from accessing online casinos by the regulatory body will not be allowed to register or play.
The legislation also establishes default deposit limits for users accessing online casinos in Spain, which are 600 euros per day, 1,500 euros per week, and 3,000 euros per month. If a user wishes to increase these limits, they must take an addictive behavior prevention test. Once the test is passed, the user can request an increase in deposit limits, which will take effect after 3 days. If the test is not passed, the user must wait a week to take it again.
This legislation is in place to promote responsible gambling and prevent addictive behavior. It is important for users to be aware of these regulations and to gamble responsibly to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.