This week, the European Gaming and Betting Association's (EGBA), which represents gambling firms that include bwin.party, Betclic, Unibet, Interwetten, and Expekt, has released its manifesto for sustainable online gambling in the European Union.
In the manifesto, five priority action points have been identified by the organization, and these are:
1. The European Commission fulfilling its role as Guardian of the Treaty
2. Structured regulatory cooperation among national authorities
3. An EU legal framework for online gambling
4. Problem gambling prevention measures based on evidence
5. EU action to fight sport fraud
According to the organization's secretary general, Sigrid Ligné, “Our Manifesto is designed to be a timely input to the Commission as it prepares its EU action plan for online gambling.
“We are calling for the introduction of European rules to ensure proper protection for consumers while affording fair and transparent licensing conditions for EU operators.”
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