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Casinomeister

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Unfortunately more regulations are usually bad news for players (more taxes, less options, less quality, less freedom).
Yep. Most jurisdictions set up regulations don't understand the players and what they want. If they set up draconian rules, the players will click away in a microsecond to casino licensed in the Caribbean. At least they aren't banning it. :thumbsup:
 

nikantw

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At least it won't be 35% :p

The article says about EC approval first, but EC is notorious about doing nothing for fair regulations.
They even made an announcement last year that they will let each country do whatever they want! :(
 

homerbert

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31% tax!
Indeed players will be hit will less bonuses or less RTP on games.
Wow, where did you read about 31% tax? It's way too high, IMO.

They all should look at Spain, they did their regulations in good way and recently decided to lower tax from 25% to 20% I believe. Coz they understand that stronger market = more taxes in the end.
 

sjonnny

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In holland are de taxes on gambling 29%.
Only Holland Casino and the lottery of the state are tax free. They pay the taxes of your winnings.
 
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