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Powerful trade groups criticize the recent EU Action Plan for failing to address the problem of “illegal gambling providers.”
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has finally issued a ruling that breaks OPAP’s Greek Gaming Monopoly.
Questions posed to Court of Justice for the European Union over Germany’s inconsistent “dual system” at the state and federal level.
Schleswig-Holstein defies EU concerns and will hold a vote on joining the restrictive gaming treaty, despite having already issued dozens of State licenses.
EU Commission, industry groups and operators decry Greek’s plan to extend OPAP’s gambling monopoly online.
The European Commission has released a statement in which it warns Belgium to comply with Commission’s requests…
Heads of the European online gambling industry criticize the EU Commission for lack of action following the bwin.party co-CEO detention last week.
Years of consultation and discussion concludes with guidelines and a three-point action plan.
“highly contentious” German licensing process contrary to declared purpose of “an open, fair and transparent” Europe.
Players from four Cake-owned skins moved in overnight transfer.