Posts tagged "Greece"

Fishing Boats | Postcards In Motion

In this pilot episode of my new video series, “Postcards in Motion”, I’ve compiled shots of fishing boats that I have filmed in the past few years.

Is Google Glass coming to Greece?

Greece may be one of the first European countries to welcome Google Glass. Or maybe not, since Glass’ European release is allegedly years away. Yet, rumor has it that Google may have found a partner in Greece for their Glass product. A partner that is rumored to be supported by American and other very well… Continue reading

Greeks to pay online poker tax as Pokerstars acquires gaming license

Greek online poker players are liable to pay up to 20% withholding tax at Pokerstars on their daily profits, starting today. The breaking news came yesterday night through an email sent by Pokerstars and FullTilt Poker to their Greek customers. According to the email and the FAQ page that Pokerstars published for this matter, Greek… Continue reading

Greece to restart regulating online gambling by suspending licenses

Authorities are considering to restart the online gambling regulation in Greece. That means suspending the licenses they have issued to 24 online bookmakers and offering brand new ones! Yet, there are worries the whole process will take considerable time, until the new licenses are issued, giving an unfair advantage to the country’s gambling company. At… Continue reading

What’s happening with online gambling in Greece?

In brief, the Greek online gambling law that was set to take effect on December 5, 2012 was postponed several times and it was only this month, August 2013, that finally Greek gamblers began noticing its consequences. The Greek gaming commission announced 401 blacklisted online bookmakers and poker rooms, which Greek residents will no longer… Continue reading