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    willi123 is offline New Member
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    Default Is legal to promote/advertise bookmakers in Spain ?

    I want to ask You it is legal to advertise online bookmakers in Spain ?

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    Default Spain legal Gambling

    Hi Willi,

    Spain has decided to follow suit and make online gambling legal and give licenses to online gambling companies.

    Under the new law, people from Spain now can legally place bets and affiliation is now legal


    My peasure talking to you

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    "There is a hope that thanks to Spanish online gambling legislation, the Spanish government will generate billions of Euros in much-needed taxes every year."

    "Although Spain has taken a liberal stance where its online gambling legislation is concerned, it seems set on ensuring that its online gambling industry is strictly monitored and controlled."

    Have a lot of fun...
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    I've always found this argument a bit confusing.

    Let's say that "several" means, say, five.

    And let's put tax at a stiff 40%.

    And Spain has 47 million residents.

    This would equate to -266 per year per head of the total population.

    It seems a rare old way to regenerate a struggling country with one in five below the poverty line, sticking them for -12,500,000,000 a year.

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    The true intention of this "legalization" is to ripping off the gamblers.

    This is what is going to happen sooner or later in any country via the "legalized" way:

    "And in 2008, the Bulgarian government decided to legalize, regulate and tax the popular internet pastime. However, its hefty 10 percent tax on online gambling profits left the country's online gambling operators and the European Union (EU) steaming. Undaunted, however, the Bulgarian government has continued to run its online gambling industry its own way.

    At the end of 2009 it even announced that it was going to raise the revenue tax to as much as 15 percent. In response, many of Bulgaria's online gambling firms - many already hard-hit by the global economic recession - told the government that the new taxes would put many operators out of business. However, up until now the government seems unmoved and will probably introduce the new tax regardless."
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    Quote Originally Posted by willi123 View Post
    I want to ask You it is legal to advertise online bookmakers in Spain ?
    Online Gambling In Spain Legal Report (Updated)






    The Spanish Congress recently passed a motion obliging the Spanish Government to develop comprehensive, nationally-binding regulations covering remote gambling. But until the Government draws up those regulations according to principles outlined in the motion, current regional and national gaming laws will continue to apply to online gaming activities where the threat of prosecution exists.

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