Australia’s national online gambling regulator has found that industry disruptor Lottoland’s revised package of synthetic lottery products are almost all in breach of the law.
Lottoland’s poor luck with regulatory and legislative disputes in Australia is continuing unabated, with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) slapping down the company’s attempts to repackage its offerings after the national parliament shut it out of the market.
The ACMA said today in a statement that the latest lotteries from the Australian subsidiary of Gibraltar-based Lottoland “breached the Interactive Gambling Act 2001 by providing prohibited interactive gambling services”.
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