EGBA Pitches 'Online Gambling 2.0' To European Commission
Source: Gambling Compliance The European Commission’s guidelines on consumer protection for online gambling have failed to achieve their primary objective...
Europeans are not fully protected by EU rules for online gambling - study
Only one EU member state has fully implemented the European Commission’s guidelines for protecting consumers in online gambling Brussels, Today...
New study: Europeans are not fully protected by EU rules for online gambling
All EU member states, except Denmark, have not fully implemented EU consumer protection guidelines for online gambling, putting the protection...
65 industry associations publish joint industry letter on the ePrivacy Regulation
Ahead of the Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council meeting of 4 December, 65 industry associations from across all sectors of...
EGBA publishes EU online gambling key figures for 2017
New industry data from 2017 shows that EGBA members are leading the way in popular digital entertainment. Brussels, Today –...
EGBA submits response to Greek gambling law changes
The Greek Ministry of Finance (MoF) published a draft law and a consultation for the opening of the online gambling...
Online gambling is truly cross-border. Our member companies hold licenses in 19 EU member states, adding up to a total of more than 134 licenses to provide their services in the EU.
EGBA members support 33,000 digital and high quality jobs in 14 EU countries.