The German Parliament has set a tax on operators that provide online gambling. The deputies decided that companies that deal with online slots and poker should pay the state 5.3% of their turnover. This rate will take effect on July 1, 2021, when new rules for gambling come into force in Germany. Representatives of the gambling industry, who opposed such a tax, filed a complaint with the authorities of the European Union, of which Germany is a member. Since, according to representatives of the gambling industry, the German authorities actually illegally provide state assistance to operators of land-based gambling establishments, putting tax pressure on online gambling operators. What this could lead to, My Lucky Story wrote in the article “The German Parliament is studying a bill on tax on online gambling.” As reported, the Senate of Canada passed a bill to legalize singles betting. Recall that the Norwegian authorities have introduced new legislation on gambling.