Despite having some of their best years ever in terms of revenues, Czech gaming companies operating under government-issued licenses are complaining that foreign firms have an unfair competitive advantage, given that they don’t have to pony up fees and taxes to the state. It’s hard to generate a lot of animosity towards the land that brought us Pilsner and Budweiser beers, but c’mon, dudes… Times are good, you’re raking in the dough, so chill out, hoist a frosty mug and quit trying to body-Czech everybody else over the boards. Read more.
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