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Updates from
Georgia and
Bulgaria
General Gambling overview Bulgaria vs Georgia
Bulgaria
Georgia
•
7.4m people
•
4.3m people
•
Internet users per 100 – 53.1
in 2014 (World Bank Data)
•
Internet users per 100 – 43.1
in 2014 (World Bank Data)
•
Regulated remote gaming
market
•
Regulated remote gaming
market
•
Gaming tax: 20% on GGR
•
•
Players winnings tax: No
Gaming tax: 5 % and 20 %
on GGR
•
Total Gaming Gross Turnover
2014: 1.93 billion EUR
•
Players winnings tax: 15 %
•
Total Gaming Gross Turnover
2013: 520m EUR
•
Potential of the online
market: 203m EUR
•
Potential of the online
market: 284m EUR
Regulatory
updates from
Bulgaria
•
All interactive gambling products
are taxed at 20% on the gross
gambling revenues and a one time
license fee of 51,127 EUR
•
Currently there are 8 companies
which have been awarded a license
and couple of more have already
applied.
•
The market is heavily dominated
by the international dot COM’s
•
Active IPS’s blocking of websites
without a license
•
Certification of the online platforms
and the gambling systems and
content. Control server connected
to the regulatory body.
Regulatory
updates from
Georgia
•
Land-based casino operators can
offer online gambling via its
licenses
•
Online betting is taxed at 5% on
Gross Revenues and online casino
at 20% on GGR and quarterly fee
ranging between 12 000 and 25
000 EUR
•
Currently there are 8 online
gaming websites in Georgia
actively operating on the marker
•
Strong local gaming brandsAdjarabet, Europe-bet, Lasvegasbet.com
•
No payment or IPS’s blocking of
unlicensed websites.
Financial KPI’s Bulgaria
Total Gaming Turnover(EURb)
2.37
1.81
1.82
1.93
2012
2013
2014
2015
2.56
2016
Gaming Spend per adult
2.66
2017
47
48
2012
2013
59
62
53
56
2014
2015
2016
2017
Gaming Spend
Total Gaming Turnover
Online Gaming Turnover(EURm)
680
443
483
516
552
2012
2013
2014
2015
Online Turnover
2016
756
2017
Financial KPI’s Georgia
• In 2013, the total turnover of enterprises associated with gambling
has been approximately 502m EUR
• Taxes and fess collected for 2013 were 43m EUR
• In 2014, there has been seen a decline in the gambling sector for
Q1 and Q2 records show 143m EUR
• Possible ban on the online gambling
Opportunities and challenges
Challenges
Effective measures and control mechanisms against the unlicensed
operators in both Bulgaria and Georgia
• Payment blocking
• Platform and content provider filter
• Advertising campaigns supporting the regulated online space
• ISP´s restrictions on unlicensed operators
Opportunities
Convergence platform as new acquisition and technological innovation
for land-based operators with online operations.
Bridging the gap between the offline space and the online gaming
Thank you for the attention
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