Tag Archives: Alejandro Landaluce

Cejuego seeks advertising parity for Spanish gambling

Spanish land-based gambling trade association Cejuego has called for advertising regulatory equivalence to be sanctioned federally across all gambling verticals. Writing a letter to its members, Cejuego President Alejandro Landaluce maintained that the trade body supported the planned drastic changes to Spain’s federal advertising code governing gambling content. However, Cejuego governance maintains that new industry advertising standards must encompass the marketing …

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Cejuego backs Spanish coalition’s gambling agenda

The governance of Spanish gambling trade association Cejuego has said that it will back the ‘drastic measures’ enforced by Spain’s newly formed PSOE-Podemos coalition government on licensed incumbents. The trade body, which counts Spanish heritage gambling firms Codere, Cirsa, Grupo Orenes and R. Franco amongst its members, has underlined its support for PSOE-Podemos signing off on a long-awaited Royal Decree implementing …

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Spain’s CEJUEGO joins industry trade association ahead of new regulations

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As the country gears itself up for the implementation of new operating regulations, Spanish gaming trade association Consejo Empresarial del Juego (CEJUEGO) has been incorporated into the Confederación Española de Organizaciones Empresariales (CEOE). Spanish news sources have reported that the Socialist Workers’ Party’s (PSOE), which was successful in the most recent election, had agreed to Podemos party demands on restricting …

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No way back! Spain heads for an inevitable gambling reform

Regardless of the outcome of Spain’s General Election this Saturday 28 April, the ensuing government in whatever shape or form will be tasked with reforming the nation’s advertising and gambling codes. The week of Good Friday, Spanish news sources reported that the minority PSOE government had agreed to Podemos party demands on restricting gambling services and betting advertising. Campaigning in …

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