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The European: Opponents of a regulated online gambling market are engaging in flub-up

October 12, 2018 News & Reports

By the end of October 2018, the time has come: At the next Prime Minister’s Conference, the federal states will decide how the future of the gaming market should look like. The federal state of Hesse, for example, has already clearly positioned itself for some time and sees an urgent need for action. Ansgar Lange talks about conclusive reforms and sensible solutions.

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Chambers Global – Gaming and Gambling awards for GamingLaw.eu in 2018

February 15, 2018 News & Reports

The founders of GamingLaw.eu are once again awarded by Chambers Global for 2018. Additionally Santiago was awarded as Star Individual.

Here are the Chambers Global commentaries that led to this awards again: … Continue Reading

Report Annual Gaming Industry Event 2018

February 14, 2018 News & Reports

On Friday 2 February 2018 Kalff Katz & Franssen’s Gaming Practice group again hosted the Annual Gaming Industry Event, traditionally held at the Koninklijke Industrieele Groote Club in Amsterdam. The event was this year co-hosted with the International Masters of Gaming Law.

With over 150 attendees from all over the world, the event was a huge success. Like previous years, key industry figures, domestic as well as international land-based and remote operators, trade organisations, regulators, politicians, and government officials attended the event. … Continue Reading

GamblingCompliance: German Legislator Sees Long-Awaited Progress On Gambling Regime

February 13, 2018 News & Reports

By David Altaner, Gambling Compliance

An influential member of parliament is predicting that German online gambling legislation will be proposed this year and passed
within 18 months, with the only question being whether it is “big reform or small reform”.

Four German states — Schleswig-Holstein, Hesse, Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia — are working seriously to come up with
proposals that will please all parties, including state governments, lotteries and operators seeking to offer both sports betting and
casino online, said Patrick Sensburg, a member of parliament from North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s largest and most influential state.

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Source: www.gamblingcompliance.com

GIQ magazine: European data protection regulations

February 12, 2018 News & Reports

By Macarena Rodicio, Gaming Intelligence

Dr Wulf Hambach and Dr Stefanie Fuchs from Hambach & Hambach explain the impact of the new European General Data Protection Regulation

IN 2015, AFTER years of back-and-forth negotiations, the European Commission reached an agreement on the text of the new
European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), replacing the out-of-date Data Protection Directive adopted in 1995.

The aim of the GDPR is to unify data protection laws across EU member states and place greater emphasis on accountability. Although many of its key points are similar to those currently in place, the new law has some far reaching and more meaningful implications.

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Source: www.gamingintelligence.com

Legal Gaming in Europe Summit 2013 – Summary Day 1

Legal Gaming in Europe Summit 2013 Day 1 Summary Video

Video: International Gaming Law Summit 2011 Highlights

International Gaming Law Summit 2011 Highlights Video

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