NOVOMATIC OREDERED TO PAY 2.5M EURO INDEMNITY TO A PROBLEM GAMBLER

Austrian operator Novomatic will need to pay €2.5m in compensation to a gambling addict who for years wagered on the company’s slot machines offer. The Wiener Neustadt Regional High Court assessed the player as a problem gambler....

EOGL SECRETARY-GENERAL AT THE EUROPEAN GAMING CONGRESS

The EOGL Secretary-general, Mr. Zoran Puhač, participated at the European Gaming Congress, on October 16 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The event brought together almost 100 top-notch industry professionals from 20 countries. Comprised of industry experts, regulators, operators and...

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...