23.11.2017
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RiskConnect 2017

Date: 23.11.2017 – 24.11.2017 Location: Frankfurt am Main | Germany Further information Host: Web Shield Services GmbH

03.10.2017
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G2E 2017

Date: 03.10.2017 -05.10.2017 Location: Las Vegas | USA Further Information Host: Global Gaming Expo

27.06.2017
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Casino & Gaming International: New eGaming Regulation in Germany

By Dr. Wulf Hambach and Dr. Stefanie Fuchs, published in ‘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…

09.06.2017
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iGamingBusiness.com: DFS regulation in the US: how it translates for German market

By Dr. Wulf Hambach, Hambach & Hambach Law Firm, published on iGamingBusiness.com US states are gradually regulating Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS), but how will their decisions and clarifications impact the German market when DFS operators enter? Wulf Hambach, partner at Hambach & Hambach law firm, Germany, examines the potential outcomes. Fantasy Sports has been extremely…

20.03.2017
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GamingIntelligence: Germany sets collision course with EC by ratifying new State Treaty

By GamingIntelligence, www.gamingintelligence.com The Minister-Presidents of Germany’s 16 federal states have ratified the country’s amended State Treaty on Gambling, setting up a showdown with the European Commission which has already criticised the legislation. The Minister-President Conference held on Thursday (March 16th) saw the heads of each state sign the amended Treaty, which removes a number of controversial provisions…

14.03.2017
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GamingIntelligence: German iGaming reforms thrown into disarray by new EC opinion

By Gaming Intelligence Proposed changes to the German State Treaty on Gambling have been criticised by the European Commission for continuing to breach European law. The incompatibility of the proposed changes, which were introduced to address earlier issues of incompatibility with EU law, are detailed in a document seen by Gaming Intelligence and come just…

13.03.2017
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GamblingCompliance: Germany’s Sports-Betting Plans Progress Despite EC Concerns

By Elisa Grabbe, published at www.gamblingcompliance.com The European Commission has blasted Germany’s new sports-betting licensing plans for potentially infringing EU law and limiting competition, but Germany is nevertheless expected to ink the changes in just a few days. With draft amendments having completed their standstill period at the commission last Friday, the prime ministers of…