Author: EOGL

NEW EOGL STUDY ON PROTECTION AGAINST PROBLEM GAMBLING

The European Organization for Gaming Law (EOGL) is happy to present our newly-adopted Study on measures for self-assessment and protection against problem gambling behaviour. By putting into effect one of the three pillars of our Responsible Gambling...

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...