2014′s Biggest iGaming Mistakes…So Far
In countries like Spain and Germany, they’re putting up as many roadblocks to open markets as they possibly can, despite clear mandates from European Union regulators.
While we can hardly blame big governments for wanting to hold on to their gambling cash cows, their actions have caused major headaches for Euro-facing operators.
The most pronounced governmental interference has been in Spain where bureaucratic hurdles and overbearing tax burdens have sent plenty of operators packing their bags or skipping the market entirely.
In short, a lot of operators who thought they might find a level playing field in newly liberalized European markets have seen nothing but disappointment.