Three of Europe’s most powerful gambling trade associations have challenged Commissioner Michel Barnier to reconsider the European Commission’s online gambling policy position or risk advancing consumer protection measures which will be “meaningless” unless the issue of illegal operators is addressed.

The European Lotteries (EL), Casino (ECA) and Pari Mutuel (EPMA) Associations have written a joint letter to Barnier outlining their concerns about the Commission’s policy on online gambling following the publication of its Communication in October last year...

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