A simmering resentment over funding, arguments over the legal case and accusations of government censorship add intrigue to the GBGA case against the incoming UK regulatory regime
The legal challenge that the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (GBGA) has finally filed against the UK’s new gambling licensing regime is what Brits might call a hot potato. Nobody wants to touch it for fear of getting burnt.
However, most operators would be delighted if the potato was heated up nicely and resulted in the end of a regime that nobody really wanted in the first place. The problem is that nobody can say that.