Tag Archives: european gambling regulation
- The backlash of the ISPs in Lithuania
August 27, 2010
If Lithuania’s anything like a lot of other Eastern European countries then gamblin’, drinkin’, and carryin’ on would well and truly be on the menu – poker’s even an official sport there for crying out loud. Unsurprisingly though, they’ve gone down the same road as most of the United States...
- Europe milking Online Gaming’s udders
July 13, 2010
Moldova and Romania became the latest in a long line of countries to announce they will regulate online gambling in their country as the economies of almost all the countries in the EU look to rebuilt what was lost during the fiscal crisis that swept through much of the continent....
- Moldova joins in Online Gambling love-in
The name may sound like something green you get on that bag of ten day old bread that you’re feeding to them rats with wings out in Trafalgar Square, but Moldova’s government seems to be heading in the right direction. After Romania’s announcement that they would be regulating online gambling,...
- Europe takes first steps towards online gambling regulation
May 30, 2010
Concerns are growing in Malta for the future of its gambling-dependent economy, after EU ministers, including the previously resistant UK, agreed on a common definition of illegal gambling, which could be the first stepping stone on the pathway towards Europe-wide regulation. Read more.