The Spanish government's plans to position Ceuta and Melilla as business-friendly jurisdictions is gaining traction, with the Spanish town of La Línea de la Concepción also looking to offer similar tax benefits to iGaming companies.

Ceuta deputy Juan Bravo of the Partido Popular, who has driven the tax reforms so far in the Spanish Parliament, says that several iGaming operators have shown interest in the proposed tax reductions in the autonomous city, which could be introduced as part of the 2018 Spanish General Budget in June.

Bravo told Gaming Intelligence that online operators from Gibraltar and other international territories had already contacted the Ceuta government to ask about the tax reductions.

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