Gaming act changes pass second reading in parliament

Ljubljana – The National Assembly approved at second reading on Wednesday the amendments to the gaming act, which aim to liberalise the gaming market in Slovenia by scrapping most curbs on casino ownership and employee licensing and allow five instead of just two lottery organisers. The final vote on the changes will be held in March. While currently only two companies have concession for operating classic games of chance – Loterija Slovenije and Športna Loterija, the number could increase to five under new legislation. “Increased competition is expected to bring…

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