The first self-regulatory organization of bookmakers in Russia lost the lawsuit with the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation

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The Tverskoy District Court of Moscow refused to satisfy the requirements of the First Self-Regulatory Organization of Russian Bookmakers. She had previously filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation with this court, asking to oblige the department to provide comprehensive information on the mechanism for paying targeted deductions from foreign and international competitions by betting companies. Since the authority refused to do so voluntarily at the request of the First SRO. According to gambling industry experts, the First Self-Regulatory Organization of Bookmakers can file an appeal against the decision of the court of first instance, and it is quite possible that the complaint will be satisfied. However, this depends on whether the appellate court accepts the arguments of the SRO, which must be strong. If the ministry really gave formal answers that were not on the merits of the questions raised, the court of appeal could conclude that the Russian Ministry of Finance had not fulfilled its obligations, experts say. As My Lucky Story wrote, the court ordered Ukraine to pay the Estonian casino operator 7.5 million euros – compensation for losses for the closure of the gambling house. Recall that the betting company “Liga Stavok” won a lawsuit against the NTV channel. Recall that in Portugal, BC Betano decided to sue because of the refusal to be a sponsor of the football Primeira Liga.

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