Blaze volta a oprar no Brasil
Imagem: Blaze / Divulgação

The 13th Criminal Law Chamber of the São Paulo Court of Justice, in a decision reported by judge Marcelo Gordo, released Blaze‘s website and social networks.

This way, the iGaming company, which offers entertainment through games, casino and online sports betting, can once again operate in Brazil.

Court found that Blaze operates within the law

After investigation, the TJ-SP found that the company operates within the law and that there is no evidence of any irregularities. Therefore, the company received unanimous authorization to unblock the domain and its official profiles on social networks.

In Brazil, the channels had been blocked since September last year. The blocking decision was made by the 2nd Court of Tax Crimes, Criminal Organization and Laundering of Goods and Valuables of São Paulo.

The judge also highlighted that the investigation only attests to the practice of “gambling on electronic sites” by the company – games that are in the process of being regulated in Brazil.

“What was expressed initially was not confirmed in subsequent investigations, making the precautionary measures unreasonable,” he explained.

The trial also had the participation of judges Moreira da Silva, Marcelo Semer and Xisto Albarelli Rangel Neto. Blaze was represented by Avelar Advogados and Maia Yoshiyasu Advogados and the release was made by unanimous vote.

About the company

Created in 2019, Blaze is an iGaming company that offers entertainment through games, casino and online sports betting to players around the world.

So, with a catalog of more than 2,000 games, Blaze’s mission is to develop innovative products, offering a unique experience for the user in an environment with maximum security, reliability and transparency.

Recently, the bookmaker reaffirmed its commitment to Santos Futebol Clube and increased the sponsorship value by R$10.5 million.

Thus, the total investment rose to R$55.5 million. In other words, the company decided to value the partner without changing the term of the contract, which runs until 2025.