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Mission (im)possible: Enforcement against Online Gambling in Germany!

February 9, 2018 News & Reports

(Excerpt from TIME Law News 2018; read the whole news here)

By Dr Wulf Hambach, Founding Partner at Hambach & Hambach law firm

These two events just don’t fit together:

First event:

Kiel state parliament, September 2017: The government coalition in Kiel overturns the Second Inter-State Treaty on Gambling (GlüStV) and announces reforms in line with market conditions.

Minister of the Interior Grothe: “Formal prohibitions did not lead to the players using orderly and supervised offers. We must no longer try to control internet gambling with analogue instruments from the past millennium.” Source: https://www.shz.de/17869246

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Who’s Who Legal: Hambach & Hambach awarded in 2018

January 22, 2018 News & Reports

Hambach & Hambach were “Most Highly Regarded” in the Who’s Who Legal Sports & Entertainment sector for 2018. They say that … Continue Reading

Who’s Who Legal: The Founders of GL.eu awarded in 2017

January 19, 2018 News & Reports

Quirino, Justin, Santiago and Wulf are awarded by Who’s Who Legal for 2017. Here are the WWL commentaries that led to this award: … Continue Reading

Meet GamingLaw.eu in Barcelona

June 29, 2017 News & Reports

Barcelona, 5th July

“The five Leading Lawyers who dominate the iGaming World” shall speak in an exclusive WGES panel discussion which will take place at the W Hotel in Barcelona on 5 July 2017 at 2:10pm.

The four partners of GamingLaw.eu will participate in the panel which shall be moderated by lawyer Tal Itzhak Ron.

WGES (World Gaming Executive Summit) is the most exclusive and influential gathering for the online gaming industry, now in its 11th year.

Meet Santiago Asensi, Justin Franssen, Wulf Hambach and Quirino Mancini in Barcelona

New eGaming regulation in Germany

June 27, 2017 News & Reports

Taken from ‘Casino & Gaming International’ magazine, Issue 29 (2017 Q2) – www.cgimagazine.com

The 2nd Inter-State Treaty amending the Inter-State Treaty on Gambling (“ISTG 18”) is the next chapter in a history of failed attempts to regulate the growing gambling market in Germany. Instead of a complete overhaul of the German gaming regulations the federal states opted for “minimally invasive” changes, keeping the failed ISTG from 2012 (“ISTG 12”) mostly in place.

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