The latest legal developments in the Italian capital suggest that heated disputes involving the country’s lottery and betting operators show no sign of dying down.Rome’s courts have recently had a busy time dealing with the ghosts of gaming disputes past, present, and future. Lottomatica and SISAL’s fines for commercial collusion, the latest in a series of disconnections by the gaming authority for internet betting operators deemed to have broken the rules and challenges to the controversial 2007 Superenalotto tender were all the subjects of court discussions during the first weeks of November.
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