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26.05.2019 kl 08:08 2029

No Expected Regulation Hurdles

"The UK has the most heavily regulated gambling market in Europe, which means it’s unlikely for the country to run into regulation hurdles when leaving the EU. The laws and procedures already in place are expected continue to apply post-Brexit. And, thanks to the update to the gambling act in 2014, which requires all off-shore gambling brands to have a licence from the Gambling Commission, operators based abroad that still want to operate in the UK should be able to continue doing so without major problems."

"Although UK betting companies that have relevant licenses in the EU will continue to operate in those markets, just as most EU companies with UK licences will continue to operate here, additional restrictions may implemented. To avoid additional tariffs or regulation, many UK companies are now making the decision to open new offices in EU jurisdictions like Malta, while EU companies are following the same strategy, in effect splitting their businesses into separate entities."

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