Today's vote in Brazil's Senate plenary has been delayed until December, following more than 100 amendments to the bill.
Originally scheduled to vote for today (29 November), the Senate plenary has agreed to delay the vote until an unconfirmed date in December.
This follows the bill being presented by Senator Angelo Coronel, a key proponent for legalisation in Brazil.
The newly proposed amendments total more than 100, which will now be considered. These include a proposed taxation of fantasy sports on the same level as the 12% for sports betting and online casino, as well as the role of the health sector in the exclusion process.
Due to the requested amends, and there being a lack of of quorum to vote, the vote will now be delayed.
The president of the Brazilian Senate, Rodrigo Pacheco, will now need to decide the next voting date, although this is expected to be in December.
Once the bill is approved, it will need to be returned to the Chamber of Deputies for revie..