Casino News: Ireland Reconsidering Its Gambling Approach

Ireland Reconsidering Its Gambling Approach

 October 3, 2011, 9:40 am (7 years ago)
Ireland is now reconsidering its gambling approach; all the players who love to enjoy online blackjack must be interested to know about it. The new proposal says that supersized gambling resorts will be completely banned whereas the number moderately sized casinos will be limited. The proposal further revels that operators must support gambling education services and should also introduce tax for online gambling.

According to Alan Shatter, Justice Minister working on the legislation, "the number of moderately sized casinos will be limited and each and every application adopted by them will be subjected to enthusiastic checks, along with the deep and wide checks on the promoters. Those promoters who have high standards of personal and financial goodness will be entitled for license."

At the same time, UK has plans for Rank Group's 6 million GBP complex in Southend. This new development will feature restaurant, television lounge, bar and so on.
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