CASE COMMENT : PUBLIC SECTOR - FREE MOVEMENT OF SERVICES – FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHMENT – ONLINE GAMBLING – MONOPOLY

Online gambling: The Court of Justice specifies again the limits of national restrictions on online gambling (Stanleybet)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. If Greece is the cradle of democracy, it is also - and this is no less remarkable - the cradle of "Bingo Lotto", a game of chance operated by the Organismos prognostikon agonon podosfairou (OPAP), whose monopoly on the organisation of online betting has been challenged by some British companies. It may already have been understood that, once again in the European Union's internal market area, the question of the limitation of the freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services by a monopoly on games of chance and/or betting is at the heart of the disputes that led to the decision of 24 January 2013, Stanleybet International e.a. (CJEU, 24

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Fabien Tesson, Online gambling: The Court of Justice specifies again the limits of national restrictions on online gambling (Stanleybet), 24 January 2013, Concurrences N° 2-2013, Art. N° 52142, p. 182

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