Online Gambling Wish List Released by EGBA

The trade association which represents the online gambling operators of Europe, the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA), has released their wish list of actions ahead of a July 27th European Parliament meeting on online gaming.

EGBA secretary general, Sigrid Ligne, is happy with the steps already taken, but says that more must be done to secure the future of online gaming in the EU.

Currently, the European market exists as 27 small markets, each with their own laws; Ligne and the EGBA maintain that the best way to regulate the market is with laws that would apply to all EU members.

The EGBA’s online gambling wish list has the long term goal of European-wide regulation from a central body, while short term goals include common technical and licensing standards, and cooperation between EU countires. Both consumers and operators will benefit from new standards, according to the EGBA.

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