A UK High Court has said that the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (GBGA) can argue its case against the new point of consumption tax in a judicial review.

The ruling that allows the case to proceed stated that it raised “very significant points,” according to a report in eGaming Review.

The GBGA argues that “the new tax regime has been introduced in pursuit of an illegitimate aim … to discourage remote gambling operators from moving to foreign jurisdictions and offering their services to UK consumers from those jurisdictions.”