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The Economic Crime Levy

Gambling Commission's guidance on the Economic Crime Levy and how licensed casino operators can prepare for it.

  1. Contents
  2. How the Economic Crime Levy fee is calculated
  3. Payment of the levy where multiple licences are held

Payment of the levy where multiple licences are held

Where multiple licenses are held, for example a remote and non-remote casino licence, the levy will apply to each licence held (amount to be paid based upon United Kingdom (UK) revenue generated during the relevant period).

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