Online Gambling in Croatia + Casinos List
In Croatia, gambling laws are relatively new. The law was enacted in 2002 and is regulated by the Croatian National Gambling Act of 2003. This act allows for private companies to run casinos, as long as they have a license from the Minister of Finance. There are currently three casinos in Croatia that are legally allowed to offer games such as poker and roulette (Casino Zagreb, Casino Split, and Casino Rijeka).
Though the most important thing to say about gambling in this country is that it is completely legal to gamble both online and offline (providing a casino has a local license).
In reality, hundreds of online casinos operate in Croatia without a local license since the government has a hard time when it comes to enforcing its laws worldwide.
So you can gamble online in Croatia as there are no penalties for this.