The Administrative Court of Hamburg has become the latest court to rule against the process to award Germany’s twenty sports betting licences, questioning the weighting of certain selection criteria and whether this was fairly applied in selecting licensees.

Following an appeal by an unsuccessful applicant, ISIK & TGS Top Goal Sports, the court said that it was probable that the selection process violated the provisions of the State Treaty on Gambling. 

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