The Czech Republic’s internationally unfriendly online gambling market could soon become a little more welcoming if its government removes the need for in-person player registration during planned talks, but wary market veterans are keeping their optimism in check.
Since reforming its online gambling regime in 2017, the Czech Republic has issued 23 online licences, but only three of them are held by foreign operators and one of those is so far unused.
PokerStars and PartyPoker are the only offshore operators legally active in the market, while a licence issued to Lottovate remains dormant.
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