focuses primarily on remote gambling operators and those in adjacent spheres of activity, such as loot boxes and (social) gaming. He also advises those providing services to the gambling sector, such as payment providers and software providers. He recently co-authored the European Commission Report: Evaluation of regulatory tools for enforcing online gambling rules and channelling demand towards controlled offers (January 2019). In late 2020, advising clients in their preparations for the upcoming remote gambling licensing process is a key part of his work, as this milestone moves closer.
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