Swedish online gambling market faces serious channelisation issues, reveals BOS report
A BOS report reveals that Sweden's regulated gambling market is facing a critical situation with a channelisation rate of only 77%, raising concerns over consumer protection and tax contributions
According to a report by Branschföreningen för Onlinespel (BOS), the proportion of regulated gambling in Sweden's licensing system is alarmingly low, with the online gaming market's channelisation at only 77%, well below the state's target of 90%.
The report highlights concerns over consumer protection and tax revenue as a significant portion of players turn to the unlicensed market.
BOS emphasizes the need for a change in strategy, urging the state to focus on tackling unlicensed operators rather than imposing restrictive measures on licensed gaming companies.