Thursday, October 15, 2009

Comment: The 'right to offer bets': gambling industry's view

  France's proposed creation of a 'right to offer bets', which sporting organisations would be able to sell to betting operators, has gained support from many sporting organisations as a potential new revenue stream. Jason Foley-Train, the Remote Gambling Association's Betting Adviser, explains potential drawbacks with France's proposal and why it is difficult for licensed gambling operators to support a proposal requiring them to pay to combat a threat posed largely by unlicensed operators.

The full version of this article appears in the October edition of World Sports Law Report.


Stefan K said...

Ah, so is this why they banned betting exchanges, as the individual 'layer' would not be able to/be interested in contributing to this 'revenue stream' when they lay at the exchange? Fight against this crazyness at !


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