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NORWEGIAN AUTHORITY WARNS OFF REMOTE OPERATORS
08th October, 2014 at 16:01:51
Unlicenced operators in conflict with Norwegian law, says Lotteritilsynet
Non-Norwegian licences operators offering services in the market have been warned off by the Norwegian Gambling Authority Lotteritilsynet.
A number of European operators were sent a communication by Lotteritilsynet that advised increased vigilance and action against companies targeting the Norwegian market following a noticeable increase in marketing and customer acquisition efforts.
Some of those operators reportedly include Unibet
, Mr Green
and Leo Vegas
Atle Hamar, director of the gaming authority, in the absence of a formal remote gambling framework, warned of the possibility of IP blocking and/or regional payment blocking to remote gambling operators.
Related News Tags: Unibet, Leo Vegas, Mr Green
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