Swedish Gaming Inspectorate Proposals for New Match Fixing Regulations Are Notified to the EU
STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden — On May 20, Spelinspektionen (Swedish Gaming Inspectorate) submitted new regulations and general advice on match fixing to the College of Commerce for notification to the European Commission.
The new rules on match fixing can only take effect after the EU Commission has dealt with them, which takes just over three months.
Only then can the Gaming Inspectorate decide on the regulations. The regulations can thus start to apply no earlier than the end of 2020.
SOURCE: Spelinspektionen (Swedish Gaming Inspectorate).Tags: Spelinspektionen, match fixing, Swedish Gaming Inspectorate