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Malta’s Gaming Act 2018 has simplified the country’s licensing regime, introducing a point of consumption tax amid the spread of local licensing frameworks elsewhere in Europe.
Despite the fact that EU countries are generally some of the most mature markets when it comes to regulating online gambling, a few have yet to issue any licences. In Germany, the latest amendments to the gambling regulatory framework entered into force at the beginning of 2020, allowing for an unlimited number of online sports-betting licences to be issued straightaway.