After months of pressure from the European Commission, the danish government may be giving in to regulating its current monopolistic system. While it means some changes, one of the most noticeable is that Danes may soon have more, and legal options available to bet. This will also open the market to foreign competition for most gambling services. The lotto, however, will remain completely under Danish control. Foreign companies would have to purchase a license to help replace the current revenues from gaming, 10% of which go to help support organizations and communities. While Kristian Jensen, the Danish minister for taxation, feels that they could hold up in any EU trials, it is wise to seek ways to regulate and fund places that depend on gaming revenues before their hand is forced.