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Volume: 17 Issue: 6
(June 2018)

lotto monopoly revisited netherlands 2 may 2018 administrative jurisdiction division netherlands council state ( ‘council ruled netherlands gaming authority (‘ng

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Lotto monopoly revisited in the Netherlands

On 2 May 2018, the Administrative Jurisdiction Division of the Netherlands Council of State (the ‘Council’) ruled that the Netherlands Gaming Authority (‘NGA’) has not explained in a sufficient manner why lotto games should remain subject to a monopoly1. The NGA has been ordered to revisit its decision. Bas Jongmans, Gaming Attorney at Gaming Legal Group discusses the potential impact of this ruling for the gaming industry.

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