Operators that have long been waiting to enter Germany’s online betting market could face an even longer period of uncertainty after a Bavarian Court ruled that increasing the number of available licences may not be enough to address significant problems in the State Treaty on Gambling.

Having been asked to rule on whether the State Treaty and accompanying advertising directives were compatible with constitutional law, the Bavarian Constitutional Court ultimately called into question key aspects of the legislation.

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