Announcing Finland as A European iGaming Jurisdiction
By staff
New European iGaming jurisdiction, Åland islands, will be making its first public debut at the iGaming Jurisdiction Showcase in London on June 1, 2004. Lars Porko, representing the PAF, will highlight the requirements for obtaining licensing in the Åland islands under the supervision of master licensee PAF.

Currently, the licensing regime has allowed the operation of sports betting, lottery and casino games from the Åland islands. “PAF has invited companies to partner with them under a sublicense, thereby allowing them to operate their Internet gaming activities from the Åland islands under PAF’s supervision,” said Lars Porko, CEO of PAF Finland.

You can find out about licensing and locating your interactive gaming business in person in The Åland islands exclusively at the iGaming Jurisdiction Showcase on June 1st in London, England.

About Åland islands:

The Åland islands, in the Baltic Sea, have been a demilitarised area since the mid 1900-century and an autonomous part of Finland since 1921. As a Swedish-speaking minority island within Finland, the islanders have their own laws including their own gaming regime.

Facts about iGaming Licenses in the Åland Islands:

Gaming Tax: 8,25 – 9,5 % of the Net Gaming Revenue

Certified Random Number Generator Required

Auditing Required

To Attend the Showcase, email events@lyceummedia or call +44 (0) 207 828 2244 or a brochure can be downloaded from the online registration page.

 
 
 
 
 
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