Next week Greece's parliament revealed that they will be calling a vote to determine whether or not they should raise the country's gambling tax from 30% to 35%.
The hike would be among the highest in a regulated market, and would likely cause some operators to leave the market. as Amaya and OPAP have already complained about the high rate of tax and noted that their financials in the country may not meet expectations.
The betting market in Greece has suffered for the past three years, as licensed operators cannot offer promotions to compete with offshore sites, which don't have to pay the high tax rate. Greece is currently embroiled in a financial crisis, as the country is seeking ways to pay crushing debt that it has incurred through taking loans to pay for various programs.
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