Norway’s Ministry of Culture has enacted a new Gambling Law that places stricter restrictions on unlicensed international betting companies operating in the country, as well as their affiliates.
The new bill aims to integrate the country’s fragmented gambling frameworks. It also aims to ‘regulate everything offered by gambling in Norway’ and to replace the current three laws.
The 1995 Lottery Act, 1992 Gambling Act, and 1927 Totalisator Act have historically governed Norway’s regulated betting industry. But now, the new act intends to combine into a new legislative and regulatory framework.
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