Viktor Romaniuk, deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, will present a report at the Ukrainian Gaming Congress

Viktor Romaniuk, deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, will present a report at the Ukrainian Gaming Congress

Viktor Romaniuk, people's Deputy of Ukraine, member of the parliamentary faction of the party "People's Front". Along with another speaker of the Ukrainian Gaming Congress, Gennady Krivosheya, is also the initiator of the draft law on state control and legal aspects of gambling activities in the country.

While working on the draft law, Viktor Nikolayevich proposed to include in the document the requirement to introduce a rigid system of state monitoring of rates and wins. Enhanced control from the state is designed to nullify the concealment of income from gambling operators.

As part of the Ukrainian Gaming Congress, the official will speak about the details of the draft law, which is under discussion, will note the main aspects of regulation in the regulatory legal document. In addition, conference participants will be able to find out at what stage is the adoption of the bill and who is involved in its development, in addition to the already well-known officials and members of relevant organizations.

Should we take the year 2016 as working for the Ukrainian gambling business? Is it true that next year's budget is formed by taking into account income from taxation and licensing of the gaming industry? What should expect companies and operators interested in entering the gaming market of Ukraine? Viktor Romaniuk will answer these and many other questions, interesting to members of the Ukrainian Gaming Congress.

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