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    Default Denmark changes online gambling legislation, legalizes DFS

    Once approved, the amendments will introduce a differentiation between operators based on their yearly revenues which will lead to an increase in the licensing costs for the licensed companies who generate revenues for more than KR100 million ($16 million) a year, and a decrease for those who do not go over the KR100 million roof.

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    I wonder what is the price for the DFS license in Denmark. Couldn't find this information anywhere.

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    Interesting stuff. this initiative is very good for Denmark online gambling industry !

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    Good to see that things are heading in the right direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DraftJam View Post
    I wonder what is the price for the DFS license in Denmark. Couldn't find this information anywhere.
    Was searching for this also, and only found out that in 2011 38 companies were granted 55 licences, so it couldn't be irrealisticly big before and now it gets cheaper.

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