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Stricter gaming regulation aimed at tackling problem gambling

Czech Republic introduces legislation to protect consumers

Czech Republic introduces legislation to protect consumers
Announced by the Czech Ministry of Finance this week, the new measures require operators to set maximum limits for players on an hourly basis.
Czech Republic | 08/03/2017

Announced by the Czech Ministry of Finance this week, the new measures require operators to set maximum limits for players on an hourly basis.

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s reported by Casinoscamreport.com website, the limits must comply and be of a mathematical formula that uses and accepted tool to calculate losses for players.

Limit factors will include the size of a wager, average payout and the number of times a bet is placed.

In a move to strengthen security and protection of consumers, the Czech government introduced several changes to its gaming laws earlier this year. The new rules, which include tighter licensing processes, have drawn criticism from gaming operators causing major companies to exit the market.

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