Online gaming operators looking to secure a Romanian licence will be expected to pay a tax on their activities in the country dating back as far as 2009, following the approval of a number of amendments to the country's proposed iGaming bill by the Chamber of Deputies.

The Chamber of Deputies voted late Wednesday to approve Emergency Ordinance 92/2014 governing gambling, adopting a number of amendments that affect both land-based and online gaming operators.

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