Published on GamingIntelligence.com Germany’s controversial State Treaty on Gambling has suffered yet another blow after a court ruled that authorities may not prosecute players for gambling on unlicensed sites. Last week’s decision overturns the original ruling by the Munich Regional Criminal Court, which had said that Section 285 of the German Criminal Code (Strafgesetzbuch) could…
Published by GamingIntelligence Germany’s Association for Telecommunications and Media (DVTM) has emerged as a major advocate of regulatory reform. CEO Renatus Zilles explains why he believes it is high time for the federal government to take charge of Germany’s gambling market. Years of stilted progress and legal battles seem to be finally culminating in a…
By David Altaner and Elisa Grabe, published at href=”http://www.gamblincompliance.com”>www.gamblingcompliance.com If Germany opened its online gambling model to allow every qualified applicant to get a licence, only 8 percent of players would patronise illegal sites, a researcher said last week.
Veröffentlicht auf GamingIntelligence.com While a wide consensus has formed across the German gambling industry, political parties, and media and telecommunications associations regarding the future shape of gambling legislation, there are still clear divides on how this should be achieved.
By Daniel Macadam, published at GamblingCompliance.com A €14m jackpot won by a German player on Lottoland, the fast-growing secondary lottery website, has prompted criticism from the country’s state-owned lotteries which see the company as an “illegal” competitor.
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