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SPAIN - NO LICENSES UNTIL MID-JUNE
03rd April, 2012 at 01:50:59
Straight from the horse's mouth....
The director general of the Spanish online gambling regulator, Enrique Alejo, reportedly told a Spanish gaming conference last week that processing the 59 applications for licenses for the Spanish market will take more time than anticipated....perhaps until mid-June this year....due to rigorous requirements the regulators are tasked with enforcing.
The Spanish authorities have already taken this into account, recently extending the May 30 implementation deadline by a month (see previous reports).
Most of Europe's major gambling groups have applied for licensing.
In related news, Jdigital - the replacement for Spanish trade association AEDAPI - successfully held its inaugural meeting last week.
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