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The Study of Gambling Services in the Internal Market of the European Union: a Summary of the Final Report

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The purpose of the Gambling Services Study was to evaluate how the differing laws regulating on-line and off-line gambling services, as well as games in the editorial content of the media and certain types of promotional games, impact upon the smooth functioning of the Internal Market for these and associated services, and thus could restrict the economic and employment growth associated with such services. As part of the terms of reference of the Gambling Services Study, alternative scenarios for the future of the various sectors of the market for gambling services in the Member States of the European Union were put forward. The economic research team believed that the assumptions underlying the three scenarios were generally reasonable illustrations of situations that might emerge in reality.

Keywords: European Union; Gambling Services Study; internal market; remote gambling industry



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