Any legislation is changed and modified on a regular basis, and gambling law is not an exception. If following all the alterations in the betting sphere in your country seems to be a difficult task for you, we know an easy solution.
Just scroll down this page and catch up on recent betting legislation, as we have gathered the latest news about upcoming and already existing gambling markets, new rules for players, submission for licenses and their acquisitions, introductions of limitations, and much more.
It’s been only several months after the opening of the gambling market in Sweden, but Play’n GO has already shown a high level of integration within the market. The software provider holds a Swedish license, and it is available in a range of operators in the country.
Net Entertainment is a top-rated software provider that continues to expand its award-winning portfolio in US market. The company has now obtained yet another gambling license in the country. This time, the studio was approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to deliver software to online casinos that operate in the state.
The Italian government announced a tax hike of 2-5% for the gambling industry and this change was approved by the Senate on Sunday, the 23rd of December. The increase of taxes is likely to affect operators that are present in the market and result in the reduction of the revenue for giant networks and small casinos.
The decision to implement the regulated gambling market in Sweden was well-accepted by operators and software providers across Europe. An array of them have already submitted applications to be certified and provide services in the country. As the regulated market is to be open on the 1st of January 2019, the Gambling Authority in this jurisdiction started to approve requests and issue licenses. Two major operator networks are already eligible to deliver gaming services to Swedish players.
Sweden is one of the target countries for many online operators, as the interest in gambling is quite high there. Therefore, the country will introduce a regulated gambling market on January 1st, 2019 to allow all the operators and software providers to compete on equal conditions.