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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.

Address
50 Rue Gray
1040 Brussels
Belgium

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

Website:

Social Media:

Past Events
7-9 February 2017
London, England
2-4 February 2016
London, England
24-26 April 2012
San Francisco, California
Personnel
 
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
Europe is well on its way towards full multi-licensing for online gambling
2 May 2024
A new analysis by EGBA concludes that 27 out of 31 European countries employ some form of multi-licensing for online gambling, with an overwhelming majority implementing a full multi-licensing approach. read more »

EGBA releases new annual activity report
6 Feb 2024
The report also presents the latest aggregated data from the association’s members for their European online gambling operations in 2022. read more »

EGBA expresses concern over new Italian decree
19 Dec 2023
Recent news reports suggest the decree will set an unprecedented €7 million license fee, far surpassing other EU Member States. read more »

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