Slotegrator outlined its plan to conquer the Ukrainian market as the country is looking to finalise its regulatory structures after President Volodymyr Zelensky formally signed Bill-2285D’s ascension last month.
The information aggregator confirmed that “unsettled issues should not be seen as a warning sign by operators and casino equipment or game content suppliers who are genuinely interested in taking their front-row seats in the gambling arena.”
The Ukraine Gambling Law currently specifies that the government will create a regulated marketplace for the eight land-based casino gaming disciplines, online casino, retail sports betting, online sports betting, slot machine halls, online poker, totaler contracts, and lotteries.
The firm says it “kept close tabs on the Ukrainian gambling industry’s road to regulation,” and Zelensky is bolstered by keeping an eye on developments that analysts have called a “historical event” for a nation where gambling has been banned for nearly a decade.
Slotegrator’s legal expert in jurisdictional matters Yuriy Kostenko has stated that, according to the current state of gambling law “certification will largely depend on the regulator — there’s nothing new.
“The commission will have the right to determine the list of entities authorised to carry out certification, as well as the list of certificates that will be recognised in Ukraine.
“As for the land-based sector, at this moment, before the regulatory body is fully formed, the import of casino equipment is carried out on general terms, which means operators and suppliers are not prohibited from taking their first steps on the Ukrainian ground.”
In addition , the business development chief of the group, Maria Areshchenko, is said to be already negotiating negotiations with casino equipment and software suppliers who plan to be among the first to sell their goods on the market.
“We’ve been preparing for the legalisation of gambling in Ukraine all along the way by intensively building our global and local network, as we knew it would inevitably become a reality under any circumstances,” Areshchenko added.
“Now, we’re ready to deal with any matter related to gambling, and we know how to help all concerned launch their business and make their sailing as smooth as possible.”
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— Slotegrator (@slotegrator) August 24, 2020