Deputies of the Zaporizhzhya City Council agreed to appeal to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, the Verkhovna Rada, the Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko and the Minister of the Interior Arsen Avakov with a request to amend the law on the prohibition of gambling business.
The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has ruled that the Hungarian requirement to have an offline casino, in order to be sanctioned to offer online casino games, is a “clear violation of EU law.”
Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) published a big report of its research of the lotteries market of Ukraine, reports Ukrainian News. The Commitee came up to the conclusion that the gambling legislation should be revised in Ukraine.
The Act on Gambling of November 19, 2009, which came into force on January 1, 2010, has caused and continues to evoke much controversy regarding the application of its provisions by customs and tax authorities and courts. Apart from the political context of its adoption, it should be recalled that due to doubts about the […]
To understand online gaming legal status and regulations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you have to understand the political structure of the country first. It consists of two entities, Republika Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and although there is the state government, these entities have their own sets of regulations when it comes […]
The Act on Games of Chance that came into force on December 2, 2011, allowed companies apart from the state-owned Državna Lutrija Srbije to offer games of chance. In this guide we present you the requirements a company has to meet in order to run a land-based casino or a slot parlour.
Almost a thousand of the Czech Republic’s gambling houses have closed traffic due to a new law. Nearly a thousand of camps ended at the turn of last year and this year. The number was also surprising by the Treasury, because it is roughly three times what was expected by Deputy Finance Minister Ondřej Závodský. […]
Pursuant to the Act of 22 November 2017, Parliament adopted amendments to the Act on Private Income Tax. Any winnings in excess of EUR 3,000, payable on a one-off basis, are subject to 23% personal income tax.
The gambling industry has advanced as far as possible and has reached the point that bookmakers even accept bets on the New Year’s congratulations of the presidents.
Gaming operations in Russia will be regulated by new taxing law, exempting casinos from deducting fees.