Only ten casinos are allowed in Serbia as per the provisions of the Games of Chance Act. These casinos must be scattered across all regions. Nevertheless, only two casinos are licensed to operate in the country. Both are within big hotels in Belgrade, the capital city.
They serve clients who also book services like accommodation, vacation stays, bars and restaurants, cultural events, and conferences. Players will find gaming tables for roulette, poker, blackjack, and numerous slot machines. One of the casinos hosts the famous Danube Poker Masters Series that happens twice a year.
Casinos in Serbia are monitored by the Games of Chance Administration. Only 18-year-olds and above are allowed into these places, and they must present proper documentation to be given access. Locals use national IDs while foreigners must show their passports. Moreover, visitors must steer clear of specific dress codes. For instance, Bermuda shorts, hats, open-toe sandals, sunglasses, veils, face masks, capri pants, and sleeveless shirts are forbidden.
As far as online casinos are concerned, Serbia offers 12 local sites where bettors can enjoy casino games and other forms of gambling. Euro is the most accepted currency on these sites.