Published: 01 December 2017 by Richard Bradley
“Earlier this year we reported on the Government’s consultation on its proposals to prohibit betting on non-UK EuroMillions draws.
EuroMillions is formed of a partnership between several European lottery operators and is therefore, technically, a separate game in each country and some betting operators have, to date, offered bets on the non-UK games.
The Government has now published its consultation response and has confirmed that betting on non-UK EuroMillions draws will be prohibited by way of a new operating licence condition. An implementation date has not yet been confirmed.
The consultation response confirms that:
For further information on this or any other legal related gambling issues contact solicitor Richard Bradley 0115 953 8500.
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