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March 27, 2019 News & Reports

Written by Hambach & Hambach for iGamingBusiness.com

Last week’s Minister-President Conference saw Germany make a decisive move towards a total overhaul of the country’s gambling regulations following years of legal disputes and failed progress.

Wulf Hambach, Stefan Bolay and Stefanie Fuchs of leading German law firm Hambach & Hambach outline what may happen next – and what needs to happen to ensure a satisfactory conclusion for all stakeholders.

At their conference on 21 March, the German Minister-Presidents agreed – as expected – on the third Interstate Treaty to amend the Interstate Treaty on Gambling (3. Glücksspieländerungsstaatsvertrag, 3. GlüÄndStV).

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iGaming Business: Germany ratifies Third State Treaty on Gambling

March 21, 2019 News & Reports

The Minister-Presidents of Germany’s 16 federal states have ratified the third amended State Treaty on Gambling, paving the way for operators to apply for sports betting licences in the market, while Schleswig-Holstein will be allowed to run its own, liberal regulatory regime.

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CalvinAyre.com: Germany’s Dr. Patrick Sensburg: Grey market is no good for anyone

March 21, 2019 News & Reports, Videos
Gambling regulations have been hard to get straight in Germany, largely due to complications of the political system there. To help us understand their struggle, Dr. Patrick Sensberg, a member of the German Parliament since 2009 representing Hochsauerlandkreis in North Rhine-Westphalia, joined Becky Liggero to explain the situation.

Gambling Compliance: German Ministers To OK Sports-Betting Treaty, Schleswig-Holstein Expects Casino Opt-Out

March 1, 2019 News & Reports

By David Altaner, Gambling Compliance

German states are poised to approve a draft gambling treaty this month that will secure online sports-betting licensing, a treaty to which the gambling-friendly state of Schleswig-Holstein may get an opt-out to let it permit online casino.

An amendment to the German state treaty on gambling would resolve the stalemate on sports-betting licensing by extending a so-called experimental phase for sports betting from this June 30 to June 30, 2021, according to a statement by the cabinet of Lower Saxony state government.

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Source: Gambling Compliance

Chambers Global – GamingLaw.eu again awarded in 2019 in the Gaming and Gambling section

February 20, 2019 News & Reports

The founders of GamingLaw.eu are once again awarded by Chambers Global for 2019. Here are the Chambers Global commentaries that led to this awards again:

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