Spain reduces online gambling tax to 20%

Five per cent tax reduction aims to attract more international operators to apply for licences

The Spanish government has implemented a planned 5% reduction in online gaming tax for all licensed operators. The current 25% tax rate will be knocked down to 20% from 1st July. Eduardo Morales Hermo, senior gambling consultant at Ficom Leisure, said the reduction was “a very positive move, done at the right time when the…

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