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EGBA deems Norwegian blackout as ‘unproductive & unnecessary’

The European Gaming & Betting Association (EGBA) has warned the Norwegian government not to proceed with its directive to block payment transactions on remote gambling services. The industry trade association states that Norwegian authorities will simply implement difficult-to-enforce and counterproductive directives which will not protect its national consumers. Maarten Haijer, EGBA Secretary General, has called for the Norwegian government to move …

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Blackout… Norwegian coalition moves to implement severe online gambling restrictions

A coalition of Norwegian political parties has secured a mandate demanding that Parliament and the cultural committee of Storting (Norway’s legislative assembly) move to severely restrict consumer engagement with foreign online gambling/betting operators. Securing the motion, the coalition of Norway’s Labour, Christian Peoples, Socialist Left and Centrist Parties’ have developed a combined mandate, which demands that Storting move to immediately …

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