Pressure continues to grow on Germany’s State Treaty on Gambling and its regulatory body the Glücksspielkollegium, with two lawyers publishing opinions Thursday attacking Germany's lottery legislation as a restriction on the freedom to provide services, and describing the status of the regulator as unconstitutional.

Dr Hans Dieter Jarass of Munster University and Dr Gregor Kirchhof of Augsburg have both independently reached the conclusion that a total restructuring of German legislation is vital. Their findings were presented today at the offices of German law firm Redeker Sellner Dahs.

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