Gambling laws to be amended in Slovenia

The Slovenian government has notified the European Commission about the amendments in the European country’s gambling legislation.

Slovenia.- The Slovenian government plans to amend the current gambling legislation in the country and to this end has notified the European Commission of these amendments.

Under the amended laws 15 casino licensed would be issued, 45 gaming halls would be permitted and iGaming operators would be able to offer gambling products over the internet, including sports betting. The licenses will be valid for ten years with the option of extending them for five additional years.

The European Commission is currently reviewing the amendments. After the plan has received EC’s approval, gambling and gaming firms located either in Slovenia or other European Union countries could apply for licenses.