Lack of EU betting rules is gambling with online players’ safety
With more than 20 percent of EU gambling now taking place online, regulations must catch up to avoid failing the...
EGBA welcomes Dutch online gambling approval; important step to establish functioning market
Netherlands - Today the Dutch Senate approved an online gambling law for the Netherlands, bringing the Netherlands into line with...
EU development of Artificial Intelligence could help keep online gambling safe and fair
Brussels, Today - The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA), representing Europe’s leading online gambling companies, welcomes today’s conclusions of...
EU policy rules shouldn’t gamble with protecting players online
Digitalisation is changing how consumers use products — and gambling is no different. With the increased accessibility of online gambling...
European Commission publishes study on channelling and the enforcement of online gambling rules
The European Commission published on 29 January a study on the "Evaluation of regulatory tools for enforcing online gambling rules...
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