The European Union country of Slovenia has announced that online and land based casinos will be overseen by a government regulator that will report to the country's Finance Ministry.
Slovenia has announced that they have notified the European Commission, presenting the group with a draft proposal outlining the process of licensing sports and casino betting.
A public copy of the draft has not been made to the public yet, but the text likely contains the ways that the country will regulate gaming, including measures to crack down on unlicensed betting operators. Slovenian media has reported that the country will likely retain its national lottery and license casino and sports betting firms for up to five years.
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