Kenyan bookmakers opposed the bill about gambling regulationby Joker 18.02.2017 0 comments
Members of the Association of Kenyan Bookmaker Companies are opposing the bill about gambling regulation. In their opinion, the bill will be more harmful than useful for this sphere, Calvinayre informs.
“The bill requires significant changes. We mustn’t adopt the same version of the bill that was regarded in the first reading. We think that it is an agreed restriction of this sphere by means of measures that are intentionally harmful for gambling”, the Chair of the organization Ronald Karauri said.
The bill suggests that the tax for bookmakers should be increased from 7,5% to 15%, and the tax for lotteries should be increased from 5% to 20%.