The French Competition Authority receives commitments from the incumbent betting company in order to distinguish its online horserace betting activities from those dealing with horserace betting in physical outlets (Betclic / PMU)

PMU proposes commitments in order to distinguish its online horserace betting activities from those dealing with horserace betting in physical outlets* Following a complaint lodged by Betclic Everest Group (hereinafter Betclic) with the Autorité de la concurrence, the PMU proposed separating bets registered as part of its horserace betting business in physical outlets (PMU's physical points of sale : bar-tobacco shops, newspaper stands, etc.) from those resulting from its online horserace betting activities (Pmu.fr). Betclic's complaint Betclic's complaint focuses in particular on the fact that the PMU - which has a legal monopoly for the management of betting on horseracing in physical outlets - pools the bets placed in physical outlets with those placed online. According to

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority receives commitments from the incumbent betting company in order to distinguish its online horserace betting activities from those dealing with horserace betting in physical outlets (Betclic / PMU), 28 October 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 59053

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