Bulgarian regulator suspends Eurofootball licence iGaming Business · March 25, 2020 at 7:36 pm Bulgaria’s State Gambling Commission (SCC) has suspended the licence of the country’s oldest sports betting operator, Eurofootball, for three months over unpaid betting taxes. The commision said it took the decision due to unpaid state fees and interest, which totalled a combined BGN328.9m (£154.4m/€168.2m/$182.4m). Under Bulgaria’s gambling act, the SCC may suspend the licence of any operator with debts of over BGN5,000 and no collateral. These fees are primarily from gambling taxes, which are set at 15% of turnover for sports betting and 20% of revenue for games of chance. The commission said Eurofootball paid its sports betting taxes based only on revenue, rather than on turnover.