The Polish Ministry of Finance is considering a number of potential amendments to the country’s Gambling Act aimed at introducing IP and payment blocking for unlicensed operators, establishing a state monopoly on slots outside casinos, and legalising online and offline poker.

Last week the Ministry published a list of points to be covered by the forthcoming amendment to the Polish Gambling Act, with IP and payment blocking a key point. This will be used to target operators that have not obtained a licence to offer their services to players in Poland, helping to increase market share for licensed operators.

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