Italian gaming authority AAMS announced last week that it is adding virtual games to the list of authorised products available to licensees.

In a meeting held at the AAMS offices licensees were informed that virtual horseracing and football games (but no other variations at least for the foreseeable future) would be allowed on dedicated FOBT-style terminals installed in authorised locations, most likely betting shops and corners.

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