New bill proposes the legalization of online casinos in France
A bill introduced in France's National Assembly seeks to legalize online casinos in the country, with a proposed five-year moratorium allowing national operators to offer online casino gambling
France's National Assembly will be reviewing a bill introduced by Philippe Latombe of the Democratic Movement party, which proposes the legalization of online casinos in the country.
The bill suggests a five-year moratorium during which online casino gambling would be legal only for national operators.
After this period, the market would be expanded to include other interested operators.
The bill aims to create a safer gambling environment for players and generate additional tax revenue for the country, acknowledging the current trend of players preferring online gambling and the need to adapt the legal framework accordingly.