Online Gaming in Serbia

In November 2011, Serbia passed gambling legislation that overhauled its online gaming regulatory scheme. The legislation, which came into effect in 2012, scrapped Serbia’s government monopoly over online gaming and permitted online gambling for all licensed operators maintaining services based within the country.

Online gaming licenses cost EUR 2,500 per month and are valid for a period of 10 years. Operators are taxed at a rate of 15% on gross gaming yield (percentage of wagers kept by the operator) with a required minimum tax payment of EUR 7,500 per month.

Serbia's online gaming laws call on the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Serbian Gaming Board to compile a blacklist of unlicensed operators while developing a central monitoring system to target unlicensed sites. In early 2012, Serbia's Gaming Board, in an attempt to prevent access to unlicensed sites, sent a directive to the major internet service providers demanding that they block 70 blacklisted online gambling sites.

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