There are no traditional casino facilities in Norway as in most parts of the country gambling is prohibited, as of January 2017. In the lack of the conventional casinos Norway disposes with more than 1,000 kiosks with video terminal machines which give opportunity for playing a variety of number games such as Lotto, Viking Lotto, Joker, Extra, Keno and Flax, bingo, instant games, slots, card games such as Roulette, Black Jack, Caribbean Stud Poker, as well as video poker. In order to play, however on these machines players need to identify themselves, be older than 18, and can not spend more than NOK 400 per day on video terminals..
Online Casinos in Norway
Online gambling in Norway is legal and monopolized by the state. The only online casino in Norway is run by the state owned Norsk Tipping. In their Kong Kasino room on the website one can choose to play a variety of games belonging to several categories: slot games such as Korallrevet or Brennhett, board games such as Blackjack or French Roulette as well as video poker such as Jocker Poker or Jacks or Better. Foreign online casinos are not available in the country as all country banks are prohibited to transfer money from Norway to online gambling sites elsewhere in the world.