A KPMG study commissioned by the Remote Gambling Association claims the UK's proposed 15% point of consumption tax wouldn't achieve aims.
Guest Contributor Christina Thakor-Rankin shares her take on the feasibility of European online gaming operators on entering the US market.
The UK government has confirmed 15% as the rate of the new remote gambling point of consumption tax to take effect Dec. 1, 2014.
A diplomatic spat between the UK and Spain over Gibraltar threatens to make The Rock's online gambling firms collateral damage.
In this weeks' MODQs, Mike stretches that online gaming has becoming an increasingly noticeable issue for governments across Europe.
In gambling news, Becky Liggero talks to Peter Wilson of LLP to define the bill on point of consumption in the UK market.
This week on MODQs, Mike discusses what changes can the Point of Consumption Tax (UK POCT) bring on the gambling industry.
UK Gambling Bill mentioned in Queen's Speech, could be introduced as early as next week; online participation stagnant
Rebecca Liggero brings us the Day 1 summary video and Recap of the 8th Annual Online Bingo Summit at the Regents Park Marriott.
In gambling news, GamblingData predicts introduction of POC tax law will inject £386 million into the coffers of the UK Treasury.