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...
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: Europe's online gamblers are not fully protected by European regulations for online gambling
Europe's online gamblers are not fully protected by European regulations for online gambling and are being exposed to unequal and...
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