For some time now, there’s been a major debate across Europe about the use of online casino gaming. Many nations are beginning to open their eyes – and computers – to this wildly popular source of gaming fun for so many. Indeed, it’s become a major talking point in the nation, in particular, Slovakia. The Ministry of Finance of the nation recently put together a draft legislation that would completely liberalize the use of online casino gaming in the country.
For a long time now, it’s been likely that international companies would get the chance to invest in the Slovak online casino gaming market. This has become a common response to the monopolization of their own market, with Tipos, the state-run operator, being the only show in town.
These new online casino licenses would offer much-needed competition into the market for Slovaks to pick from. While there is still much to be decided upon and discussed, the fact that we ae closer to yet another European nation opening its eyes to the benefits of online casino gaming can only be a good thing.
At the moment, the bill looks to set increase consumer protection whilst making sure that there can be more opportunity for those looking for something a bit different. The aim would also look to make sure that online casino gaming will become a more prominent part of a nation which so far has been mostly land-based with regards to their casino gaming habits.