ASA's First Ruling Under New Gambling Ad Rules: Analysis And Implications For Sports Organizations
The Advertising Standards Authority (“ASA”) has issued its first ruling under the new rules that prohibit gambling ads with “ strong appeal ” to under-18s, providing a useful example as to how the new rules will be applied.
This article examines the implication of the decision for gambling operators and sports organisations.
It delves into:
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- Tags: Advertising | Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) | BCAP Code | Blogs | CAP Code | Dispute Resolution | Football | Gambling | Gambling Law | Regulation & Governance | Sponsorship | Sports | Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom (UK)
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Mike Llewellyn is a director in the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice and the Sports & Entertainment Industry Group.
Mike’s practice focuses on advising clients on the exploitation of commercial rights, with a particular focus on the sports and gambling industries on an international basis.