Turkmenistan is one of the world’s most closed countries with various bans imposed by the government, marble skyscrapers and empty streets, and different levels of income among the population. But Turkmens are hospitable and cheerful people who love all forms of entertainment. 3snet network has listed several offers from casinos where players from Turkmenistan will be warmly welcomed.
- Joy Casino (FTD) — $55;
- Vulkan 24 For Search Traffic — $50;
- RedStar — $40.
- Vavada — 45%;
- Gunsbet RS WW — 40%;
- Joy Casino — 35%.
How do casinos operate in Turkmenistan?
In 2016, Turkmenistan introduced a law “On Advertising”. The law bans, in particular, advertising of services provided by traditional and online casinos. Any legal entity guilty of a violation of the law shall be held liable in accordance with legislation of Turkmenistan.
Turkmenistan is one the most expensive countries for data among the post-Soviet states. 1 Gb there costs 3.5 times as much as in Russia. If people in Turkmenistan want to access the net, they most often visit internet cafés.
Many websites and messengers, like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Viber, WhatsApp, Facetime, Telegram, are blocked. The only social network available to some extent in Turkmenistan is Odnoklassniki According to Internet World Stats, internet penetration rate in Turkmenistan stood at 17.9% in 2017.
News about underground casinos is quite common in Turkmenistan. In 2017, such news about an underground card game with a 1 billion dollar bet came from Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan.