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TERRITORIAL DISTRIBUTION OF SLOT GAMES 2016 REGION


COMMA 6A NO. OF


Liguria Lombardia


Emilia Romagna Lazio


Campania Sicilia


Sardegna Abruzzo Calabria


Piemonte e Valle D’Aosta Friuli Venezia Giulia


Puglia, Basilicata e Molise Toscana TOTAL


10,702 63,287 35,530 41,765 41,876 21,544 15,084 10,917 17,735


Veneto e Trentino Alto Adige 38,558 Marche Umbria


9,935 5,911


29,544 9,107


31,730 24,098


407,323


be removed from the operations is unclear. Te situation is very strange. Te decree says the concessionaire will decide but the real problem is that most of the NewSlots in Italy are owned by the concessionaires (directly or indirectly) so it’s easy to imagine what they’ll decide - basically remove slots from a location of the normal operator and leave slots in their own locations! Te concessionaires were set up to check, control and collect the taxes from the single operator but they became the biggest


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COMMA 6A NEWSLOTS WITH NEWSLOT


2,600 13,114 6,623 7,879 8,649 5,164 3,538 2,439 3,508 7,754 2,325 1,357 6,323 1,990 6,782 4,980


85,025


1,310 9,808 5,318 6,960 4,669 2,168 494


1,641 1,229 6,269 1,250 772


4,108 1,008 3,368 3,894


54,266


operators of NewSlots and VLTs in Italy. Te controllers control…themselves!”


Under the original set up the concessionaires were also permitted to operate 14 per cent of their machine quota as VLTs. Tere is however no mention in the decree to reduce the number of VLTs which many say are more addictive than the NewSlots.


Meanwhile regions are creating their own laws.


COMMA 6B NO. LOCATIONS NO. OF VLT


COMMA 6B NO. OF VLT


GAMING HALLS


107 765 421 559 555 248 45


152 157 520 118 80


390 86


393 338


4,934


2,337 9,448 14,382 6,622 9,667 9,187 5,034 4,518 4,879


10,825 3,136 876


4,815 1,863 9,252 8,045


104,886


In early 2016 the island of Capri banned slots from ‘inappropriate areas’ such as near schools, churches and tourist beaches.


Te town of Anacapri on the Italian island of Capri is home to 6,000 people and in May last year a referendum was held asking citizens if they wanted to ban slots within 150m of certain ‘inappropriate’ areas. Nine out of 10 citizens voted in favour of the ban on slots and given the size of the island this meant no slots could be


COMMA 7 NO. OF GAMES


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