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ECJ rejects Stanleybet Italian €8m tax appeal

European betting group StanleyBet has lost its European Court of Justice (ECJ) appeal, contesting an Italian tax dispute related to wagers processed through its data centres. During the four-year long tax dispute, StanleyBet had brought an appeal to ECJ judges, challenging Italy’s Customs & Monopiles Agency (ADM) €8 million tax demand. Italy’s ADM had demanded that StanleyBet pay €8 million …

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Stanleybet launches €12.5 million ‘virtual events’ claim against Cypriot government

European gambling operator Stanleybet is suing the government of Cyprus for breaching European Union trade and business policies. Filing a claim under Stanleybet Malta, the operator is seeking compensation in excess of €12.5 million for loss of operating profits, legal costs and restriction of services relating to the ‘2012 Betting Law’ which banned wagering on Virtual Sports terminals. Furthermore, Stanleybet …

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