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Licences for games of chance

Licences for games of chance and other similar games issued by the Finance Ministry as of January 1, 2011

(Source: Finance Ministry)

Licences for games of chance and other similar games issued by the Finance Ministry as of January 1, 2011


- games of chance in a casino: three licences/three oper ators


- betting games (odds): six licences/six operators


- betting games (horse racing): one licence/one operator


- bingo lottery games: two licences/two operators


- number lotteries: one licence/one operator


- games of chance operated via the internet: one licence/one operator


- immediate lotteries: 13 licences/one operator


- videogames: 20 licences/20 operators


- technical facilities operated directly by players: 15 licences/11 operators


- unspecified games of chance: one licence/one operator



Source: The Finance Ministry

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