Five reasons why more EU policy would benefit online gamblers and minors
Working toward a safer, cross-border digital gambling environment As the new EU term begins, much attention has already been given...
EU rules would better protect Europe's 12 million online gamblers - study
As the new EU term begins much policy attention has already been given to the importance of making Europe’s digital...
Including online gambling in EU digital single market benefits consumers - European Parliament study
BRUSSELS, 04 September 2019 - A new study by the European Parliament has found that deepening EU digital single market...
EGBA reaction to Norway court ruling on payment blockings
On 16 August, the Oslo City Court ruled on two of three claims brought by Entercash, a payments service provider,...
A message to the new European Commission: Don’t bet against online consumers
The cross-border online betting world is hamstrung by a patchwork of national rules. It’s time for Brussels to bring countries...
Latest from the betting markets in the race for European Commission Presidency
Following the recent European elections, attention in Brussels now turns to who’ll get the EU’s top jobs. And with intense...
Payment blockings not a solution to flaws in Germany's online gambling regulation - more fundamental rethink needed
A regional authority in Germany has requested a payment provider to stop processing payments from some online casinos and secondary...
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