DVTM cries out for more changes to iGaming legislation

29 Nov 2016

germanlegisIt is a time of big changes – without any doubts – at most of the European countries, concerning the gambling stage. Most of the governments across Europe have understood that by regulating the online gambling would protect the players from scam bookmakers and at the same time the income for the state would increase rapidly. In Germany, the telecommunications and media business giant DVTM, has told that the legislation that is about to happen in Germany, is not enough by itself. In fact they think that more have to be done and they have asked for a series of research and studies on how a a country-wide regulatory body will be formed.

Moreover they want more researches to be held, with a target to help “the implementation of European market-compatible and sustainable regulations.” be ensured. DVTM has also proposed a committee that will contain former lawmakers and business leaders to be sustained, in order for various and potential strategies to be proposed to the Prime Minister about online gaming. Will their voice be heard? The next days will show that emphatically and effectivelly.

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