The chasm that separates traditional lottery operators and disruptive secondary lotteries shows no sign of being bridged, as executives this week continued their bitter disputes about the perceived fairness of the market.
At the World Gaming Executive Summit in Barcelona on Tuesday, secondary lotteries were accused by private and state lottery operators of lacking youth protection measures and siphoning away money that should go to good causes.
Particular scorn was reserved for secondary lottery poster-child Lottoland, whose CEO Nigel Birrell was one of the participants in a panel at the conference.
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