Positive changes in Poland

15 Dec 2016

PolandWithout any doubts, it is a time of big changes in a global scale for the gambling industry. Those changes will affect every country concerning the way they look at the situation. At every territory many changes and new regulations have begun to take place. Sometimes though, these changes may be for the best interest of the industry and Poland has a situation like that. As it was stated by the Deputy Prime Ministers a few days ago, the government has been working for a while on a new gambling bill, that will liberise the industry in the country. Jaroslaw Gowin told that the previous bill costed in the country enormous, multi-billion losses, because of the gambling ban for the land based casinos and the online betting as well.

Mr Gowin commented on the issue: “That is why a few months ago we decided to change the law so that money flowed back into the budget. After obtaining a green light from the European Commission our party had started drafting a new gambling bill which would "liberalise" the system in such a way that it would be "safe to use bookmaker services, and play poker online".

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