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GamblingCompliance: German Sports Bodies Protest At Licensing Chaos

April 27, 2015 News & Reports

By Daniel McAdam, GamblingCompliance

Germany’s Olympic and football federations have delivered another blow to the country’s licensing of sports betting by quitting their role in the ill-fated process.

All the members of a sports advisory council to Germany’s federal gambling regulator are refusing to work until their concerns about the licensing paralysis are resolved.

The high-powered board is made up of representatives from Germany’s Olympic Sports Confederation, Football Association, Bundesliga football league, Sports Aid and regional sports federations.

Rolf Müller, president of the Hesse Sports Federation and one of the board members to step down, said its proposals have “neither been answered nor considered” by the Federal Council of Games of chance, or Glücksspiel-Kollegium.

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