Introduced in 1995, the Georgian lari (GEL) is the national currency of Georgia, a country in the Balkans in Europe. The term "lari" traces its roots to an old Georgian word that refers to a hoard. A Georgian lari is subdivided into 100 tetri, which circulate in coins of various denominations. Similarly, banknotes issued by the National Bank of Georgia are available in numerous denominations as well.
There are quite a few online casinos, many of which also operate live games, that accept GEL deposits and wagers. Players in Georgia can use their own currency to place bets in live casino games such as poker, blackjack, roulette, and more.