Do you want to bet in Malaga? Betting law changes in Malaga and Andalusia will betting in Malaga more similar to betting in Spain generally
According to Spanish gambling news, Andalusia is bringing forward new gambling laws. These betting law changes in Malaga and it surroundings will alter the gambling rules in Andalusia in several ways, pertaining to both online and offline gambling activity. These laws must pass through legislative process and thus will not be enforced until the end of the year.
The new regulations will mostly move betting laws in Andalusia closer to the majority of Spanish gambling laws as experienced in the other seventeen regions. However, the law changes will also create the largest Spanish market for sports betting. A further effect will be regulation regarding online sportsbooks in Andalusia. There will also be provisions for mobile betting.
Betting Law Changes in Malaga also affect offline gambling in Andalusia
The changes to Andalusia gambling laws will allow for gaming to take place in “corners” reserved for betting in specified locations: these include specialist offices for betting, bars and cafes, as well as arcades, bingo halls, and casinos. This legislation means that roughly a fifth of bars that currently contain amusement machines will also be able to support sports betting. It is predicted that there could be an influx of 5,000 betting machines into cafes and bars.
The betting law changes in Malaga have further ramifications regarding electronic bingo. The legislations will allow bingo in Andalusia to in specialist bingo halls which are connected to other clubs through an electronic network, with players using terminals or tablets.