Spain: First steps for coordinating measures against match fixing
The Spanish General Directorate of Gaming Affairs (Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego – "DGOJ") has recently held a first meeting with the some of the main licensed online sport bookmakers aimed at establishing a specific plan in order to fight against match fixing practices in Spain.
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- Prevention, detection and co-operation in match-fixing – Part 2
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About the Author
Albert has extensive experience in advising a large number of multinational gambling operators in connection with their Spanish activities, covering regulatory, commercial and litigation advice. He currently coordinates our Gambling group in Spain.