Betvisa Terms and Conditions

1. “BetVisa Rules” refers to the terms and conditions that make up the entire, final, and only agreement between the Account Holder (“you”) and BetVisa and that control their business relationship. All past agreements, representations, and understandings between the Account Holder and BetVisa are superseded and merged by the BetVisa Rules. A visitor or Account Holder fully understands and agrees: a. To become a party to the BetVisa Rules; b. That he/she has read, understood, and will be adhering to these Terms and Conditions, and that he/she shall abide by all of its terms, by opening a BetVisa Account, registering, logging-in, using the Services, participating in the games, or accepting any prize.

2. BetVisa may at any moment update, modify, revise, and supplement the BetVisa Rules. Any significant changes to the BetVisa Rules must be disclosed to the Account Holder in advance and with your permission before they take effect. You won’t be able to use the Services if you do not accept the modification(s) to the BetVisa regulations. The singular and plural are always included when referring to something in the BetVisa Rules, and vice versa. “A/an” and “the” are always included when “the” is mentioned.

3. A person who establishes a BetVisa Account on the Website and enters into a legal agreement with BetVisa is referred to as a “Account Holder.”

4. A “BetVisa Account” is an account owned by an Account Holder for legitimate business purposes with the sole intent of establishing a regular business relationship with BetVisa and the sole purpose of conducting betting and other gaming and gambling activities.

5. The “Contract” is the legal agreement that exists between BetVisa and an Account Holder and is controlled by the “Terms and Conditions,” which are also known as the BetVisa Rules.

The “Governing Authorities” are Curacao’s pertinent authorities.

b. The “Governing Law” is Curacao’s legal code.

c. Curacao serves as the “Place of the Contract”.

d. The “Regulator” is the Curacao gambling Authority (Gaming Services Provider N.V), a regulatory body created by Curacao legislation to oversee all types of gambling in the island nation. Please visit “” for further details.

e. The “Website” is a gateway to the internet accessible at, where all up-to-date and pertinent information about BetVisa’s business is published and where the Account Holders can access the Services.

f. BetVisa provides the Account Holder with “Services” via the Website in the form of gaming and betting offerings.

g. The “Gaming and Betting Duty” is the name of the unique tax that is levied on gambling and wagering in Curacao.

h. The term “Card” refers to all cards with a “payment,” “charge,” “debit,” “credit,” “virtual,” and/or similar function.

i. A middleman known as the “Payment Solution Provider” serves as a payment agent for a variety of different payment methods.

j. A “Financial Institution” is a bank and/or other institution that is subject to a domestic financial services act that is relevant or one that is comparable.

k. For the purposes of the BetVisa Rules, “Force Majeure” refers to any event or circumstance beyond a party’s reasonable control that results in a delay or default in the performance of the affected party’s contractual obligation. This includes Acts of God, governmental restrictions (including the denial or cancellation of any necessary license when the denial or cancellation is made without the affected party’s fault), wars, the start of hostilities, riots, and civil unrest).

“Client Application” refers to the mobile app (Android or iOS versions) and web browser application that the Account Holder has opened in order to use the Services.

m. “Software” refers to any application (Android or iOS versions) or piece of software that BetVisa uses to provide and/or run the Services and/or run the Client Application.

n. A “Prize” is a sum of money, a bonus, or a prize that the account holder can win.

An “Inactive Account” is a BetVisa Account that has not registered a log-in or log-out for more than 12 months in a row.

p. BetVisa and/or its suppliers and partners are the sole owners of all trademarks, service marks, trade names, images, graphics, text, concepts, and methodologies (collectively the “Intellectual Assets”) found on the Website, the Client Application, and the content therein. Except as permitted by law, the Account Holder has no right to exploit or otherwise make use of any Intellectual Asset.

6. Licenses: a. BetVisa is properly licensed to offer fixed odds betting services in Curacao and is governed by the Gaming Services Provider N.V.

7. Account Guidelines:

A person cannot take part in a game that costs money unless they are an Account Holder. An individual must apply for registration individually in order to be registered as a player. The following details need to be given:

b. Date of birth; c. Player’s first and last names; d. Player’s valid email address; e. Username and password; and e. Proof that the player is at least eighteen (18) years old or the applicable legal age of majority as set forth in the jurisdiction of your residence. Identification documents that must be submitted include copies of valid identity cards, passports, or driving licenses.

8. Anyone submitting an application to become an account holder guarantees that they are at least eighteen (18) years old. Both player registration and ownership of a BetVisa Account are prohibited for minors. BetVisa maintains the right to ask for further identification or to carry out additional checks to confirm the submitted information. Unsatisfactory age verification may result in the suspension of a BetVisa account.

9. All private information given to BetVisa by its users is kept private by BetVisa and is only used on the BetVisa system to enhance user experience and is never utilized for marketing reasons.

10. A person who is requesting to become an account holder also guarantees and affirms:

Be a physical person (a legal entity will not be accepted as an Account Holder); 

b. Not be a resident of Afghanistan, Australia, Denmark, Estonia, Ethiopia, France and other French territories, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Cambodia, Spain, Syria, Turkey, United States and other U.S. territories, or Yemen (please be aware of specific country exclusions for Casino – Games – Live Casino, Poker, and other related games).

c. Not to be a professional player in any sport, competition or league where BetVisa offers betting; 

d. Not to be restricted by limited legal capacity; 

e. Not to be acting on behalf of another party; 

f. Not to be conducting criminal activities whereby a BetVisa Account is directly or indirectly involved; 

g. Not to be holding an active account with another legal entity which is part of the same group as BetVisa; 

h. Not to use the Services if it is illegal in his/her country of residence or otherwise restricted for him/her to open a gaming account, purchase or use services fromBetVisa and/or otherwise participate in the games offered. The Account Holder is accountable for making sure that their use of the BetVisa website and services is legal, that they do not find the website or services to be offensive, objectionable, unfair, or indecent, and that they keep their BetVisa account information current, including their first and last name, country of residence, valid email address, and phone number.

i. Each participant is only allowed to have one account. Without warning, players who abuse promotions, create multiple fake accounts, or break other betting rules will have their accounts closed and their deposits forfeited.

11. Anyone requesting a BetVisa Account understands and agrees to the following: a. All definitions and conditions outlined in the BetVisa Rules; the BetVisa Rules as currently published on the Website, as well as any potential future changes to the BetVisa Rules; b. Curacao is the place of the contract; and the Contract is governed by the BetVisa Rules as published in English.