NEW EOGL POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST PROBLEM GAMBLING

European Organization for Gaming Law (EOGL) is happy to present our newly-adopted policy paper. Policy recommendations of measures for self-assessment and protection against problem gambling behaviour reflect our approach for creating EU-wide policy proposals. By putting into...

THE FEDERAL WIRE ACT AND THE FUTURE OF US ONLINE BETTING

Although completely changing the landscape of the US gambling industry, the much-spoken U.S. Supreme Court’s May decision striking down the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) however did not automatically legalize sports wagering throughout the...

MATCH – FIXING: TOWARDS AN EU REGULATORY RESPONSE

Another landmark global sports event, the 2018 World Cup, is now behind us. It was a month full of nail-biting excitement and dozens of matches with last-minute winning goals. However, such events re-emphasize the importance of fairness...

SWEDISH PARLIAMENT ADOPTS NEW GAMBLING BILL

This June, significant and long-awaited regulatory update arrives from to-be-reformed Swedish market. The country’s Parliament has approved new Gambling Bill, thus introducing liberalized online betting and open licencing regime. New regulatory regime emphasize customer-prioritized approach and adheres...