Belgian Sports Betting
The first attempt to bring bookmaking under the control of the Belgian Gaming Commission occurred in 2007, when there was a failed effort at new legislation by the Belgian government.
Under the new act, the Belgian Gaming Commission has control over licensing and regulation of sportsbooks. Land-based operators must apply for F1 and F2 licenses to be able to organize and accept bets, both online and offline. The legislation provides for a maximum of 34 operators, and the number of betting shops is capped at 1,000.
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