Get a chance to visit the Taj Mahal with Ladbrokes and learn why they exit the Russian Market
You want to start your year with good luck?
Ladbrokes is offering you with the chance to do so this January. They have a draw to win you a trip to India’s capital; New Delhi to view the magnificent Taj Mahal. This offer is under the Ladbrokes 7 Wonders of the world promotion. The promotion was launched on September 2014. Since the promotion was launched, each month players get the chance to contest for a chance to win a trip to one of the 7 wonders of the world destinations. If you manage to bag the win, you visit the selected destination with a friend.
The trip to Taj Mahal
With the promotion running for four months, lucky winners have had the chance to visit places like The Rome Coliseum, Petra’s red City, Ancient Mayan and Rio De Janiero. This January, a lucky winner and their mate will be sent to the Taj Mahal in India Uttah Pradesh province.
As it has been with other trips, winners get return business class tickets and 7 fully covered nights at executive hotels in the town of visit. To complete the package, they will get £1,000 for expenditure when on the trip. With such kind of a package, you will hardly use your money.
To determine the winner, a raffle will be held. For the Taj Mahal prize, and will be on 2nd February 2015.
How do you become part of the draw?
Register as a player with Ladbrokes Casino, go to the promotions’ page click on the claim now button and you will get a free ticket to the draw. One ticket is not enough for you to be a winner; you need to get more by playing slot games at the casino. For every £50 you deposit you will get one more ticket. The promotion will end on Saturday January 31st.
Ladbrokes will be awarding more players who don’t make to win a trip to The Taj Mahal. There is £1,000 free bonus which will be split among the first 100 runner ups.
Why Ladbrokes Exit the Russian Market
Ladbrokes is among the operators getting out of The Russian online gambling market. This has been triggered by the exclusionary statute of UK and EU law. The law requires that operators applying for the UK licenses should keep off jurisdictions who term online gambling to be illegal. This has made multiple operators move from grey markets like Russia. The UK and EU law stated that for one to get their license, they need not be operating in grey markets contributing to more than 3% of their total revenues.
This is the reason Ladbrokes made an exit from the Russian market. Other markets that operators have kept away from include Romania, Finland and Portugal. Last year, operators moved from Hungary, Norway, Canada and Switzerland.
Moving from the Russian market might seem to be great loss but there are many grey markets where operators operate comfortably. Some of these countries are the likes of Australia and Brazil.