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Gambling activities are an important economic activity, which are not fully subjected to the forces of the Internal Market. Considering the diversity between the Member States’ perspectives on the matter as well as the challenging issues involved, all clarified throughout this excellent brainstorming Colloquium, it becomes clear why the regulation of gambling remains the subject of political and legal discussions. In determining the appropriate – EU and/or Member State – level and form of regulation in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity, considerations falling into three main categories need to be dealt with: protection of players, criminal aspects of gambling operations, and economic considerations.

Keywords: EU Services Directive discussion; European Parliament; European Perspectives; Gambling activities; gambling criminal aspects; players protection

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