Bulgaria adopts new gambling bill
The Bulgarian parliament has reportedly adopted a gambling bill to regulate the licensing of betting websites.
A lack of strict regulation previously in Bulgaria has seen the introduction of a blacklist within the new law. All betting sites must now be registered and those found operating without a licence will be fined and their sites blocked, according to Focus News Agency.
The state commission of gambling will reportedly maintain the blacklist and release it on its website. Access will be monitored and filtered by internet providers rather than the Chief Directorate for Fight with Organised Crime, as previously planned.
EiG 2014, held over three days at Arena Berlin in the German capital this week, closed yesterday with many visitors and exhibitors hailing the event a success.
In its interim report for the nine months to September, Net Entertainment saw revenues increase by 35.5 per cent year on year to SEK610.6m (€66m).
Declan Hill, a leading expert on match-fixing and bribery in international sport, will be the keynote speaker at the two-day Malta iGaming Seminar next month.
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