Navigating the Legal Maze

Updated 28 July, 2023

As a software developer in the online gaming industry, we are committed to keeping our partners and customers informed of the latest regulatory changes around the world.
United States: The landscape of social gaming continues to evolve. Over 30 states now provide some form of legal sports wagering, with six states allowing this type of gambling. This information was reported by Dentons, a global law firm.
United States, Rhode Island: The state of Rhode Island has legalized online gaming, with online casinos expected to launch after the effective date of March 1, 2024. However, the new law comes with one of the highest tax rates in the business. This was reported by GGB News, a leading source of news for the global gaming industry.

United States, New Jersey: The state of New Jersey's bill might only extend online casinos through November 2025. If Governor Phil Murphy signs the statute or allows it to become law without his signature, online gaming sites will go offline come November 27, 2023. This was reported by Casino.org, a leading online source of casino and gaming news.
India: The Indian tax council is set to meet on August 2 to finalize a 28% tax on funds that online gaming companies and casinos collect from customers. This news was shared by Reuters, a leading international news organization.

Brazil: The industry has reacted negatively to new regulations in Brazil, citing a rise in taxes. This update was provided by iGaming Business, a trusted source of news for the online gambling industry.
We will continue to monitor the regulatory landscape and report on any significant changes that may affect the industry. We believe that staying informed and adapting to change is key to the success of our partners and clients.
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