The Italian online gaming market could be swelled by up to 120 new entrants next year, while the country’s licensed land-based gaming venues will also see major changes under draft budget law proposals introduced by the government.

The draft budget law provides for the award of new iGaming, bingo hall and betting shop licences, and also proposes changes to the taxes paid on amusement with prizes (AWP) and video lottery terminals (VLTs). In addition, new controls are to be introduced for internet cafes acting as betting parlours (CTDs).

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