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GiH News Roundup: France’s online market grows across all verticals; Norway’s new gambling restrictions “pure symbolism”

GiH News Roundup: France’s online market grows across all verticals; Norway’s new gambling restrictions “pure symbolism”

France’s regulated online gambling market grew across all verticals in the first quarter of 2018 as active player ranks surged by one-quarter. Having earlier declared gambling a state monopoly, Moldova is now handing control over gambling and lotteries to two European companies under a public-private partnership. Industry stakeholders call Norway’s new gambling rules, which were introduced yesterday, “pure symbolism.” Yggdrasil[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: Dutch Postcode Lottery extends partnership with Natuurmonumenten; Stars Group approved for cross-border liquidity sharing

GiH News Roundup: Dutch Postcode Lottery extends partnership with Natuurmonumenten; Stars Group approved for cross-border liquidity sharing

Dutch lottery operator Nationale Postcode Loterij has extended its cooperation with Vereniging Natuurmonumenten, an environmental protection society, for another five years. Under the agreement, Vereniging Natuurmonumenten will receive ca. €13.5m annually. The Stars Group is the first operator to be approved for cross-border poker liquidity sharing by the French regulator. After two years of patiently waiting, Novomatic AG’s acquisition of[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: EC drops all gambling infringement proceedings: impact on the Netherlands limited EGBA says

GiH News Roundup: EC drops all gambling infringement proceedings: impact on the Netherlands limited EGBA says

As was already widely expected, the European Commission (EC) has decided to close all infringement procedures and complaints in the gambling sector: “In line with its political commitment to be more strategic in enforcing EU law, the European Commission has today decided to close its infringement procedures and the treatment of complaints in the area of gambling,” the Commission’s press[Read More…]