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 Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments




Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments
Published: 2018-06-28

According to Revenue’s definitions, an amusement machine is one that allows players to win “no more than an opportunity to play again” or “to obtain a non-monetary prize” the value of which does not exceed €7.




Once this has been said, various properties in the Dublin city center feature casino-style gaming machines, although are supposed to be amusement site and gambling type machines are banned from being featured in the city.

However, in Dublin there are three proved establishment where this happens Dr Quirkey´s on O’Connell Street, Empire Amusements on Burgh Quay and Amusement City on Westmoreland Street.

The establishments had found a way to converted into a gambling facility with casino-style games such as video poker, roulette, and blackjack their facilities. Also, there were no age checks at the property to ensure that underage customers are prevented from playing the casino-style games featured there (READ SO: GAMBLING IN IRELAND PREPARING A RENOVATION IN THE LAW)

However, the Dr Quirkey´s is owned by one of the richest man from Ireland, Richard Quirke (pictured), he operates casinos with licenses from Ireland’s Revenue (Revenue Commissioners) that are actually only applicable to amusement machines.

 

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Ireland getting ready to pass gambling regulation 

Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments

Ireland’s Minister for Justice Helen McEntee (pictured) has announced that the launch of the country’s overhauled gambling regulatory framework will be delayed until at least 2021.

Reports indicate that Ireland has seen a surge in online betting, with fears of a rise in gambling addiction.

With a broad scope, the bill is aimed at regulating public safety and consumers well-being, covering both brick-and-mortar and online gambling activities, as well as regulating advertising and gambling websites.

It is a clear commitment to establish a gambling regulator focused on public safety and wellbeing, covering gambling online and in person. According to McEntee, the government is facing several primary challenges with implementing the bill and wants to make sure that the regulator was adequately equipped to deal with these challenges.

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Casinos in Austria suffering Covid-19 punches 

Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments

Global casino operator Casinos Austria International has reportedly announced that it chalked up a record first-half loss of just over €10 million ($11.8 million) owing to issues surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

The Vienna-headquartered firm saw its overall revenues for the six months to the end of June drop by about 30.5% year-on-year to €52.8 million ($62.5 million) as its operations in Hungary, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Liechtenstein, Egypt, Australia and North Macedonia were seriously hurt by outbreaks of the potentially-lethal virus.

Casinos Austria International has a footprint in 35 countries and reportedly revealed that its ten venues in Germany generated some €30.1 million ($35.6 million) in aggregated first-half revenues for an associated profit of about €2.5 million ($2.9 million). The operator purportedly detailed that its Grand Casino Brussels Viage property in Belgium also had an acceptable six-month period as takings hit €10.6 million ($12.5 million) although this establishment’s related loss climbed to approximately €5.7 million ($6.7 million).

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Finland state-owned gambling operator getting everything ready to open a new casino 

Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments

Veikkaus, the state-owned gambling operator in Finland, has announced that it would complete the construction of the UROS Live Arena in the city center of Tampere by December 2021.

It will offer specially created areas for social gaming and means of ensuring responsible gambling. Once it is complete, Casino Tampere will employ 80 persons, mainly in customer service and hospitality.

The plans include the implementation of a new registration system, which will feature compulsory account-based play for all customers, as well as the introduction of new tools for responsible gambling.

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Portugal online gambling ramping up 

Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments

Portugal’s regulatory body the Serviço Regulação e Inspeção de Jogos do Turismo de Portugal (SRIJ) published the results of licensed online gambling for the first half of 2020. Online gambling earned €139m, a 44% rise compared to €96m for the same period in 2019.

It is important to mention, that this is despite the suspension of major sporting events in March, the SRIJ stated sports betting turnover was €90.7m in Q2, a drop from €149m in Q1; betting revenue for Q2 was €20.7m. But online casino turnover was €1.3bn, it means a successful 39% increase compared to Q1, and revenue for Q2 was €48.4m, compared to €35.3m for the first quarter of 2020. Online casino turnover for H1 was €2.3bn, with April raking in €479.3m and June dropping to €372m.

But in terms of players, the numbers have been instable as the highest number of players recorded was in March with 60,000 and the greatest dip in the player count was in May with 33,500.

The SRIJ also stated that definitely the country’s online gaming market proved to be capable, and able to “resist and adapt” during a time of enormous change as June saw the market return to pre-pandemic levels of activity.

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Germany prohibiting all local affiliate marketing will be a mistake 

Dublin illegal gambling goes through amusement establishments

According the iGambling experts, Germany´s plan to prohibit all local affiliate marketing from next year on will not help to establish a ‘good working gambling market.’

The expert Andreas Blaue from the German Association for Telecommunications and Media trade group revealed that this ban is just one of the many proposals contained within a new nationwide regulatory regime that is to cover the future licensing and advertising of gambling.

Government is trying to lead users, on the one hand, to licensed operators. But on the other hand, they fear that when users are not so much triggered by advertising and rather affiliate marketing approaches, where this system of affiliate marketing will achieve the most turnover and the most registrations, then the market will develop in a way that will be more dangerous for the user.

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