Betting and Gaming Council members have relinquished their exclusive rights to show FA Cup matches on their websites as UK lawmakers criticised the streaming deal and called for the Gambling Act to be reviewed.
The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC), a trade group that represents 90 percent of the UK betting and gaming industry, said its members bet365, GVC, Flutter Entertainment, William Hill and Kindred all supported the decision to waive exclusivity.
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