Last week, Poland’s Ministry of Finance issued an online sports betting license to Typiko Sp.z.oo and Traf-Zakłady Wzajemne Sp. z oo, bringing the market’s total number of licensees to 14.

Neither company has yet issued further details as to when the sites will go live.

From iGaming Business:

Traf Zakłady Wzajemne is a horse racing wagering operator which offers bets on races organised by Totalizator Sportowy in Poland. Typiko, meanwhile, was founded in Bielsko-Biała in 2016 and is chaired by former Bet Sport Poland executive Aleksandra Kuliniak.

Cherry, Betclic Everest, Totalbet, BetFan and Ewinner have each obtained licences since the start of the year, joining the likes of Fortuna and LVBet in the market. Hundreds of domains, including major operators such as Unibet and Bet365, have also been added to the Ministry of Finance’s blacklist since the Poland's gambling market was re-regulated in 2016.

Many operators have chosen to steer clear of Poland since its new regulatory system was introduced due to the hefty 12% turnover tax, which the Remote Gambling Association (RGA) warned would “fail to build an attractive regime and … prevent licensed operators from providing the required level of value and choice to Polish consumers.”
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