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Online Gambling Lawyer
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Volume: 16 Issue: 5
(May 2017)

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gb gambling commissions review complaint processes introduction host licences melanie ellis tom edmonds harris hagan discuss two recent developments

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The GB Gambling Commission’s review of complaint processes and the introduction of host licences

Melanie Ellis and Tom Edmonds of Harris Hagan discuss two recent developments in the online gambling market. First, Melanie looks at a recent report from the British Gambling Commission (‘GC’) on its review of complaint processes in the gambling industry, in which it discussed, for example, new requirements for alternative dispute resolution entities. Following that, Tom analyses the GC’s introduction of host licences, aimed at B2B operators that do not contract with end users but which technically provide ‘facilities for gambling’ and therefore require a licence to offer certain types of gambling products.

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