Greece Debuts New Online Gambling Law Proposals, Hikes Taxes

A new draft law to end Greece’s uneasy system of temporary online licensing appeared early this morning at parliament, licensing random number generator (RNG) casino games and virtual sports but raising effective taxation rates for the booming market.

After midnight last night, the draft development law was sent to Greece’s parliament widening the range of available games, but increasing the taxation burden on prospective operators by repealing elements of Article 50 of the existing Greek gaming law (Law 4002/11).

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