Twenty-seven countries fail to fully implement EU online gambling RG standards

New EGBA report reveals disparity in player protection standards across EU

Twenty-seven EU member states have not fully implemented EU Commission guidelines on protecting gamblers online, according to a new report commissioned by the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA). The report, published by City University London, revealed that only Denmark had met all the EU’s guidelines, first set out in 2014. The guidelines make recommendations…

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