Regulatory

Germany’s plans to license some, but not all, prospective online gambling operators wishing to serve the country’s citizens has hit a legal snag, with the possibility that the licensing regime enacted last year may have to be revised or redone completely.  In its decision, the Hessian state court stated that the multi-level applications process wasn’t necessarily objectionable on its own, but that the process lacked sufficient transparency.  Numerous operators who filed the appeals complained formally that the process left them unaware of why a given applicant might be deemed unsatisfactory or inferior to other applicants.  As a result, the ongoing licensing process has been halted.

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