Thursday September 22, 2011 : New advisory booklet launched at EiG
 
The UK-based Remote Gambling Association, a trade body representing the interests of some of Britain's largest online gambling companies, used the EiG expo and conference in Milan as the launch platform for its latest publication Thursday – a guide entitled Online Gambling: key objectives for a successful regulatory and tax framework.
 
The work sets out the headline issues that governments and regulators need to consider when establishing regimes for the private sector online gambling industry, and is available for download here: http://www.rga.eu.com/data/files/Factsheets/rga_key_objectives.pdf.
 
RGA chief executive Clive Hawkswood says that the advisory is aimed at "those who are only just beginning to think about how they might accommodate the private sector gambling industry within their jurisdictions.”
 
“Our message to is that working in partnership with responsible operators and building modern remote gambling regimes that balance consumer interests and commercial opportunities presents the greatest prospect for new remote frameworks to be successful from a social and fiscal perspective.”