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Tax Free Online Poker for Finland and Sweden

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Feb/14/2012
Tax Free Online Poker for Finland and Sweden

In an effort to offer tax free online poker to players in both Finland and Sweden, PokerStars has opened up an office in the online gambling Mecca of Malta while  launching a new domain name, PokerStars.eu. 

Both Finland and Sweden have imposed severe taxation on players in recent months, prompting other Internet gambling firms like NordicBet to move to Malta. 

PokerStars will begin allowing other countries in the European Union to play via the Malta-licensed website. 

Guy Templer, head of business development at PokerStars, said, “Some markets treat European Union-licensed operators differently than other license-holders. Offering our online poker on www.pokerstars.eu with a Maltese license provides benefits to players in Sweden and Finland in particular and we are always striving to offer the best product possible to our players, wherever they are located.”

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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