The Brazilian gaming industry is about to live in a new phase.
Last week, the House of Representatives approved a bill that regulates the manufacture, importation, marketing, and development of electronic games in the country.
The Senate will analyze the Bill called PL 2.796/2021, or Legal Framework for Games.
Maurício Tamer, an attorney in the Technology area of Machado Meyer, explains that with the creation of the Legal Framework, "the industry takes the first important steps of legal certainty with important definitions, fosters the development of the sector, strengthens the role of the State as a stimulator . . .
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