Norway looks to bolster online monopoly amid unregulated crackdown

Study finds that gambling on unregulated offshore sites accounts for NOK1bn or 10% of country's total gaming market

The Norwegian government is mulling a series of recommendations to strengthen its gaming monopoly after a study into the sector revealed gambling on unlicensed offshore websites accounted for NOK1bn (£90m), almost 10% of the country's total gaming market. The study, commissioned by the Ministry of Justice, outlined a number of recommendations aimed at bolstering its…

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