Liverpool bookmaker Stanleybet has long argued that it was prevented from participating in two previous bid processes for betting shop licences, but appears to have opted to try again with plans for a fresh application for a licence to offer online betting and gaming in Italy.

Having challenged the current licensing process in both the European and Italian courts, the bookmaker’s lawyers were due at the Rome administrative court on September 28th to hear the outcome of their latest case which had led to the new law being suspended and 17 newly licensed operators being prevented from launching their sites.

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