Swedish online gaming operator Cherry has filed a lawsuit against the Norwegian government following an injunction issued against the company by the Norwegian Gaming and Foundation Authority two years ago.

The Norwegian Gaming and Foundation Authority, the state body responsible for the supervision and control of all private and state operated lotteries, gambling and horse racing in the country, ordered Cherry to cease marketing and offering its EuroLotto.com product to Norwegian citizens in April 2011.

At the time, the Authority said that it was taking the action because it believed the website to be targeted primarily at Norwegians, in breach of the country's Lottery Act...

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