At the heart of the news is the opening of markets to bet online for many countries. One company decided to relaunch the debate, Right2Bet set up for that one scene accompanied by hidden cameras, where an arbitrator “crazy” walks the streets of London.
Through these videos humor specifically British Right2Bet wants to hear ‘injustice’ limitations imposed by European governments on the gambling industry and online betting.
The spokesman Right2Bet Michael Robb said “The absurdity of the French laws on online gaming has never been better illustrated. These videos are used to encourage the French to join our campaign and defend the freedom of choice. But as the campaign is linked to Paris, we are faced with websites that are afraid of breaking the law by broadcasting it. It’s amazing – they are free to put them online if you do not pay, but if it is assimilated to advertising is out of question! This goes against freedom of expression, a universal right that should be supported and respected by the European Union.
Thus Right2Bet campaign launched across Europe on ‘right to bet’ calls on European citizens to participate in the petition in so they can choose according to their free will the operator of online gaming which most appropriate. … and no matter what the location where the provider operates.
Right2Bet is fully supported by Betfair, Victor Chandler, the Gambling Portal Webmasters Association, the Remote Gambling Association, the Association of Players & Casino Webmasters, and hopes to unite all stakeholders in the appellants to join this campaign a specific cause.
The purpose of Right2Bet would end the monopoly of online games while allowing each European citizen to choose freely and gambling sites betting online licensed. In a press release explains Right2Bet also want to meet more than 1 million signatures to his online petition … so to succeed in persuading the European Commission that the current monopoly of the state are contrary to freedom of clients and are illegal.
Real belief in the interest of all or just a bluff to the pub from Right2Bet?
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