Belgium cuts limit on online sports betting licences

The new decree will last until July 31, 2022.
The new decree will last until July 31, 2022.

A new royal degree amends previous legislation to cut the maximum number of online sports betting licensees to 31.

Belgium.- A new royal degree has reduced the number of permitted sports betting licensees in Belgium.

The new legislation amends the previous royal decree of December 22 2010 and reduces the permitted number of “F1” sports betting licensees from 34 to 31

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The previous decrees expired at the end of last year. The new decree will last until July 31, 2022

The government said it had listened to opinions from the Gambling Commission, the Budget Ministry and the Finance Inspectorate before deciding how many licensees to allow.

There are currently 24 active F1 licences issued by the Belgian Gaming Commission. The licensees include Unibet, Bwin and Betway.

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