The Deutsche Lotto und Totoblock (DLTB), Germany’s association of state lottery operators, has met with European Union officials to discuss a range of issues relating to the controversial process to regulate the country’s iGaming market.

Executives of the DLTB met with representatives of the European Parliament, European Commission and Committee of the Regions in Brussels over two days last week (June 14th and 15th).

A range of topics were discussed during the period, including the European Union’s digital internal market, concerns over a perceived lack of action taken against unlicensed operators, and the EC’s pilot process against German gambling laws.

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