The industry specialists at Super Casino are patiently waiting for the European Commission to unveil its recommendations on consumer protection and advertising for online gambling.
Whilst member states share a common objective of protecting consumers, there are concerns that multiple gambling reforms at national level have yielded different results. It is expected that the executive body will disable this “patchwork of different national approaches” in favour of a new uniform approach across Europe. The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA), hopes the commission’s recommendations will draw together a common set of principles which provide a higher level of protection for EU consumers. The prevention of problem gambling is likely to be a key focus of the recommendations with many calling for players to have the ability to limit their spending as well as the option to exclude themselves from gambling.
The online gambling specialists at Super Casino already provide their customers with the possibility of limited spending and self-exclusion, as well as the option to play for fun if they prefer. Renowned for their dedication to responsible gambling, the team are keen to review the outcome of the recommendations. A representative from the firm shares their thoughts on the matter.
“We’ll be keeping a close eye on developments from the European Commission. One uniform approach which strict regulations that everyone is clear on should be beneficial both for consumers and gambling operators.”
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