The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that national authorities cannot impose administrative sanctions on operators where national gambling legislation infringes EU law.
The high-profile case was brought by Kindred (formerly Unibet) and dates back to 2014, when the Hungarian tax authority opted to blacklist two of Unibet’s local language websites and levy a fine against the operator for offering online games without holding the necessary licence.
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