Licensees of land-based casinos added another 72 million hryvnias to the budget of Ukraine

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The State Treasury of Ukraine has confirmed the payment of previously issued licenses for opening land-based casinos. Information about this was posted on the official website by the Commission for the Regulation of Gambling and Lotteries. In particular, the regulator reports that Primum LLC and Nebula Games LLC, which previously received licenses to operate casinos, paid UAH 36 million for them. As My Lucky Story previously reported, CRAIL has issued two licenses for hosting casinos in the Grand Hotel Lviv in Lviv and Gagarinn in Odessa. In its activity report, the Ukrainian regulator said that, following the results of February 20201, gambling licensing brought more than UAH 200 million to the budget of Ukraine. It was also previously reported that the Commission for the Regulation of Gambling and Lotteries of Ukraine refused to issue a license to open a casino to the Poltava hotelier.

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