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European Gaming & Betting Association (EGBA)

Established in 2007, EGBA is an organization that represents online gaming and betting operators within the European Union. The association promotes regulation for online gaming operators to protect and benefit online gambling players. EGBA seeks to serve the interests of its members through its policies, partnerships and programs.

50 Rue Gray
1040 Brussels

Main Phone:
+32 25-540890
+32 25-540895


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Past Events
7-9 February 2017
London, England
2-4 February 2016
London, England
24-26 April 2012
San Francisco, California
Maarten Haijer
Secretary General
Vasiliki Panousi
Manager of EU Affairs
Ekaterina Hartmann
Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs
Barry Magee
Senior Communications Manager
Christilla Bonnet
Office Manager
European Gaming & Betting Association (EGBA) News
EGBA welcomes plans for overhaul of Finland’s online gambling monopoly
25 Oct 2023
The Ministry of the Interior in Finland announced a legislative project to reform the country’s gambling monopoly system by introducing a license system for online gambling, including casino games and betting activities. read more »

EGBA concern at reported size of online gambling black market in Italy
19 Oct 2023
The value of bets placed by Italian gamblers on the black market is estimated to be €25 billion per year, with €18.5 billion of this amount, or 75%, spent on unlicensed gambling websites. read more »

Betway joins EGBA's Anti-Money Laundering guidelines
19 Jul 2023
The global online betting and gaming brand is the first brand outside of the European Gaming and Betting Association to signup to the initiative. read more »

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