Greek government to consider new legislation on gambling
The Greek Ministry of Finance pledges to fundamental changes: the country is looking forward to the liberalization of the local gambling market. The first step towards achieving that goal was the bill to revise the control over gambling activity.
The new legislation allows opening of new gambling houses in Greek tourist spots and the issuance of gambling licenses to the three most popular regions: Crete, Santorini and Myconos. In addition, six active casinos are planned for relocation. These include the famous Regency Casino Mont Parnes in Athens.
The tax parts would also be changed to the following: the government is considering a fixed-rate proposal for the casino. To recap, today the obligatory tax varies from 22 to 35 per cent.
Before Christmas, the Greek parliament will vote on the bill that is expected to enter into force on 1 January 2020.
It has been reported earlier that innovations in gambling legislation are also planned in the Netherlands, so that international operators will be able to legally operate within this market too.
Leave a comment
Victoria Wild Is in Search of Treasure
True Lab’s creations stand out from the pack, hitting the iGaming ground running with their original and inventive storylines, as we...
NetEnt’s game portfolio is now available in Romania
Slotegrator’s partner NetEnt is continuing to expand all over the world. Now game content of the developer is available on the regul...
Fortune Girl From Amatic Offers a Journey to The Emerald Isle
Game content developer Amatic has already made a name for itself, and if we look at the company’s titles we’ll undoubtedly see...
Your message has been successfully sent
By continuing to browse or clicking on the accept button, you accept our website's cookies policy. Find out more.