European nations and online gambling
July 1, 2009, 8:29 am (8 years ago)
Most probably influenced by the cause of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act in the United States, no less than 7 European Union nations are getting ready to pass through their own route on Internet gambling ruling, a latest study by Gambling Compliance indicates.
Titled ‘Market Barriers: A European Online Gambling Study 2009’ the study took some months of investigation by a 7-strong legal investigation team, the portal announced this week, saying the work is the 1st main survey of Europe’s cross-border gambling market since a European Commission-backed report delivered by the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in 2006.
The team found that with no formal EU-level regulations on cross-border internet gambling in view, a bulk of European Union member states are at this time aggressively considering improvements to cause their own national-level managements on the activity.