EU Internet Gaming Companies Seek Formal Probe Of U.S. Trade Practices

The Remote Gambling Association charges that the U.S. goes after European online gambling companies while ignoring U.S. online gaming operators.A trade association representing European Internet gambling companies is filing a formal complaint against the United States, charging that the country discriminates by prosecuting foreign gambling companies.The Remote Gambling Association alleges that the U.S. Department of Justice has discriminated and violated World Trade Organization rules by threatening and prosecuting criminal cases, seeking forfeitures and enforcing other penalties on foreign gaming companies, while not prosecuting U.S. online gaming operators, primarily those who facilitate racetrack betting.

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