Brazil’s government is seeking industry input on how to construct its regulatory regime for sports betting, opening a consultation on taxation, enforcement and the merits of open licensing versus a concession system.
Terms of a month-long public consultation were published on Monday on the website of the Ministry of Economy, with officials asking seven specific questions and setting a deadline of August 31 for stakeholders to weigh in on the implementation of a sports-betting law passed last December.
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