Regulated Ukrainian market moves one step closer as bill passes first reading

Gambling licences to be split by vertical as licence fees and localisation requirements are altered under the adopted law

An amended bill regulating online sports betting and online casino in Ukraine has passed at its first parliamentary reading in the Verkhovna Rada. Bill 2285-D, which is the 10th draft of the initial law, imposes a licence fee for online and offline sports betting of €21.6m (£18.4m). An online casino licence will cost €11.5m for…

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