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What awaits Sweden's Regulated Gambling sector after Change in Government?

Sweden held a general election on Sunday, September 11 to elect members to the Riksdag, with these members soon welcoming a new government. Gambling Regulation after the ElectionOn the topic of gambling regulation, the election could impact three major areas, according to Gustaf Hoffstedt, the secretary general of Swedish online gambling association Branscheforenigen för Onlinespel (BOS). [...]   Read more » What awaits Sweden's Regulated Gambling sector after Change in Government?

What awaits Sweden's Regulated Gambling sector after Change in Government?  0   
no matter what restrictions,they are not good for players in any country!sweden also have restriction,like UK have,but we will see what changes they will make with this bonuses and other things!too bad that always players are on lost when goverment want to make some changes!hope that in this case they will not be!

Edited by dule-vu (16 September 2022 @ 06:56 GMT)


     
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Politicians are alike anywhere in the world,talk a lot and make a little bit,state is the worst administrator of a bussines.And now in Sweden are so many problems and gambling is the last one in priority list

     
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I hate to say it, but politicians are ruining things in the games industry because they are desperate to collect taxes. Today's politicians are people who should be put in prison because they are involved in many crimes and other ugly things...

     
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I do not understand why Sweden had so many regulations obstacles in the betting gambling business for priate companies . It's suppossed to be an advanced country , their citizens have good welfare system , why should they bother so much for online poker , casino or gambling is a myustery to me , who they target at ??

     
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They dont want that people spend money on gambling!

     
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Maybe they just want to control their winnings , who wins and who doesn't , right ?? In some countries players are not allowed to play freerolls , very strange , I mean how much would you normally win in a freeroll , 1$ to 5$ ? Is that do much money ?? Lol Also in many countries homegames are not allowed . Wow . For example in Greece , I cannot play homegames ,care they afraid that people will play private games and split the prizes manually on their own , just use the online platform only for the software , how many would they go this ?? I think most would organise games with 100$ prize or sth , that's not money to tax lol

     
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they dont want that people spend more then they have and to have money for normal cost and not that they spend everything on gambling!

     
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