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I am delighted to inform you that I have been invited to speak at the webinar named “Italy Remote Gaming Regulations” that it will take place on Monday 15 November.If you want to register for the webinar, please visit www.italywebinar.com or drop an email to me, Giulio Coraggio and I will forward it to the webinar’s organizers.I hope it will be an interesting opportunity to exchange some useful information on the current and upcoming opportunities in the Italian online gaming...

It is happening more and more during the last months that some of my gaming clients/contacts ask me for information in relation to potential partners interested in joint ventures or different partnership deals to enter into the Italian gaming market. Indeed, a joint venture or a partnership between a gaming operator and a media, telecom, marketing or software company is a option currently available according to the draft decree governing the upcoming issue of new online gaming licenses in Italy and...

As anticipated in the previous posts the draft decrees regulating:the launch of poker cash games and casino games; and the award of new remote gaming licensesin Italy have been subject to the review of the European Commission for a 3 months period. The good news is that the so called “stand still” period has now expired and, according to the publicly available information, no comments have been raised by the EC and the EU Member States.This means that the final...

After the success of the previous version of the FAQs, I thought that it might be useful publishing an updated version of the FAQs to help operators willing to apply for one of the Italian online gaming licenses that will be shortly available:Q. - Why do I need an Italian gaming license to enter into the Italian gaming market? My company already holds a foreign gaming license, what are the benefits of an Italian gaming license?Read this article on the topic "What...

OUT-LAW.COM reports that a French court ordered French ISPs to block the access for two months to a website offering games to French residents without holding a local gambling license. This decision reminds me that Italian gambling law obliges from 2007 ISPs to implement filters blocking the access to websites run without an Italian remote gaming license that are identified through a black-list updated on a monthly basis by the Italian Gambling Regulator (AAMS). Italian players trying to access to a...