Does PL make betting more leisure than enrichment?

On Wednesday (13), the Chamber of Deputies approved the bill to sports betting online. The regulation provides for a fixed rate that estimates revenue of R$1.6 billion next year, according to federal government projections.

Initially, the agenda would be processed via provisional measure (MP), but the president of the Chamber, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), agreed that the text be transformed into a bill.

A sports betting management will be in charge of the Sports department and the Ministry of Finance, responsible for collecting the games. Lawyer José Francisco Manssur, from Minister Fernando Haddad’s team who worked on drafting the topic, will be the secretary of the topic.

Payment and collection of sports bets

According to BNL Data, currently 25 million Brazilians carry out bets weekly. In the global ranking of traffic on these sites, Brazil represented 22.78% of hits. With this demand, the search for more efficient forms of payments becomes more intense. This is what the CEO of coretech Qesh, Cristiano Maschio, explains, reinforcing that new technologies will be fundamental to further streamline the process involving sports betting and your payment.

“Technologies facilitate daily payments and offer more effective and economical alternatives to traditional methods”, says the CEO. Among these modalities, Cristiano mentions Pix as a “democratization tool and a catalyst for financial digitalization in Brazil.”

A Tax Burden about the sports betting prizes It is a new way of generating revenue for the government, to be allocated to vital areas such as health, education and infrastructure.

“In addition, the inclusion of rules for Bets advertising is a very important step to promote responsible gambling. With clear limits and encouraging conscious gaming messages, we have a safer environment for consumers. This minimizes the risks associated with addiction and makes gambling a form of leisure and not a method of enrichment”, argues Maschio.

Qesh: de fintech and coretech

Qesh is a digital infrastructure coretech for settlement, payment and credit offering for businesses, with authorization from the Central Bank to issue electronic money, initiate payment transfers (ITP) and issue prepaid cards.

The startup was born as a fintech of digital banking in the Visa Startup Acceleration program. With the expansion and control of the creation process, Qesh moved from the fintech sphere to the coretech classification, that is, a company with the necessary technological infrastructure for services to operate efficiently.

Additionally, Qesh uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure. Among the benefits of the system, Machio highlights the following:

  • Distributed datacenters, which guarantees high availability. If well designed, even if there is a problem in a data center, the system will not stop working;
  • 100% cloud-based structure, so there is no need to worry about the cost of maintaining servers on premises;
  • Support from the AWS team in resolving problems and helping to reduce costs;
  • Several serverless manageable services, which help development and reduce costs;
  • Robust, safe and fast infrastructure.

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