Author: EOGL

DOUBLING OF IRISH TURNOVER TAX MAY CLOSE 400+ SHOPS AND 1.500 WORKPLACES

A Dublin City University study revealed the government’s proposal to raise Irish Gaming Tax from 1% to 2% on turnover may induce the €35m deficit, instead of the projected €50m budget surplus. In October, Ministry of Finance...

MARKETING IN GAMBLING FORUM: EOGL SECRETARY-GENERAL AS THE KEY NOTE SPEAKER

The Third International Marketing in Gambling Forum took place on 6 November in Bucharest. The event focused on topics such as ongoing regulatory and operational aspects of marketing/advertising of gambling industry across Europe. The EOGL Secretary-general, Mr....

NOVOMATIC OREDERED TO PAY 2.5M EURO INDEMNITY TO A PROBLEM GAMBLER

Austrian operator Novomatic will need to pay €2.5m in compensation to a gambling addict who for years wagered on the company’s slot machines offer. The Wiener Neustadt Regional High Court assessed the player as a problem gambler....

EOGL SECRETARY-GENERAL AT THE EUROPEAN GAMING CONGRESS

The EOGL Secretary-general, Mr. Zoran Puhač, participated at the European Gaming Congress, on October 16 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The event brought together almost 100 top-notch industry professionals from 20 countries. Comprised of industry experts, regulators, operators and...