News & Analysis

Serbia, Croatia To Tighten Gambling Laws

Serbia and Croatia are to continue the Eastern European trend for placing more restrictions on their respective gambling industries, as both nations prepare gambling law amendments.

New Serbian Gambling Amendments Target AML

Serbia, Latvia and Bulgaria all introduced regulatory changes at the end of 2019 as the countries seek to improve consumer protection and anti-money laundering (AML) procedures.

Research & Reports

Interactive Map: Gambling Advertising Across Europe

Advertising is one of the most hotly discussed topics in the European gambling industry. In this map, VIXIO GamblingCompliance shows the current situation regarding gambling advertising in all jurisdictions. The map highlights the differences among the countries that allow, partially prohibit or forbid gambling advertising.

Market Insight: European Online Gambling

This in-depth report provides insight into the size, structure and growth of 32 European online gambling markets, containing analysis, updated as new information becomes available, sector themes and key market developments bringing stakeholders opportunities, challenges, tailwinds and headwinds.

Market Insight — Serbia

Serbia’s fast-growing online gambling market approached €100m in market size in 2019 and gaming machine operators are expected to be squeezed by the country’s new, more restrictive, Gambling Act.

Serbia: Parliamentary Committee Adopts New Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism

The Serbian Parliamentary Committee on European Integration has adopted the Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism, which will become effective on April 1, 2018. The government has been holding sessions on the provisions of the new law with representatives from insurance companies, voluntary pension fund management companies, payment institutions, brokerage companies, financial leasing providers and legal entities throughout March 2018 in the Chamber of Commerce.

Overview of Draft Serbian Data Protection Act

The Serbian Ministry of Justice released a draft Personal Data Protection Act on November 4, 2015. In this article, Bogdan Ivanišević, Ana Jankov and Marko Popović of BDK Advokati in Belgrade highlight the key features of the draft. 

Data & Forecasts

Market Monitor: International Gaming Machine Count

This report displays the most recent tallies of gaming machines, split between casino and non-casino units, across over 100 jurisdictions globally. Visual cross-jurisdictional comparisons of gaming machines by category and population-adjusted machine density are facilitated by an interactive dashboard.

Market Monitor: European Land-Based Gaming

This report aggregates available, sourced data on regulated land-based gaming markets across Europe, split between casinos and non-casino gaming venues. Market size and annual growth comparisons across 28 reporting European countries can also be visualised via an interactive dashboard.

Serbia - Gambling Tax Report - 2005 to 2020

Latest annual Gambling Tax Report data from the Games of Chance Administration of Serbia. The data released for the country contains the following information: Gambling tax receipts by sector, number of slot machine operators and number of bookmakers. There are approximately 95 data points in this document.

Europe - European Casino Association Report - 2004 to 2017

Latest Annual Report data from the European Casino Association (ECA). The data released for each member country contains the following information: Number of casinos, number of employees and casino gaming revenue from slot machines & table games. There are approximately 1,560 data points in this document.

Europe - Euromat Gaming Machine Report - 2007 to 2011

Latest annual European Gaming Machine Report data from Euromat. The data released for each EU member state represented within Euromat contains the following information: Installed base of gaming machines and gross gaming revenue from gaming machines. There are approximately 180 data points within this document.
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