Schleswig-Holstein following the pack; Fulham sign with Worldlink Sport; Everton confirm Dafabet deal

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schleswig holstein gambling flagSchleswig-Holstein has decided to initiate a process that will see their gambling industry bill scrapped in favor of the State Treaty. eGR report that three draft bills are proposing to ratify and implement the State Treaty in the Northern state whilst at the same time getting rid of the gambling industry-favored Schleswig Holstein state gambling bill. There will be another two sessions of the state parliament to discuss further the next step to take and it’s likely to be a week or so until we see any movement.

The State Treaty, now likely to be approved by 15 states, carries a 5 percent turnover tax on all sports bets and replaces the monopolies that were previous in place. Online poker and casino are banned under the treaty and it S-H’s likely approval means just one state – Nord Rhein-Westphalia – hasn’t signed it.

Worldlink Sport has signed its latest Premier League deal with news that a partnership with Fulham FC has been signed. The three-year-deal started before last Saturday’s game and is very similar to deals that have been signed with both Sunderland and Newcastle, seeing Worldlink becoming the club’s official betting and gaming partner. The Worldlink-powered BetButler site will provide Fulham fans with an online and in-stadium betting service and the firm’s MD Neil Riches said: “I’m thrilled to be announcing the partnership with Fulham. We’re looking forward to providing the Fulham fans with an enhanced-betting experience, and developing a long-term relationship with a Club of such international prestige and one that has got off to such a fantastic start to the season.”

Everton also confirmed they’ve signed an international betting and gaming partnership with Dafabet.


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