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Reports GERMANY ONLINE - MARKET REPORT


Revalidated online casino licences can be further


extended via the ‘Act on the Transitional


It was implemented by 15 of the 16 states. Te state of Schleswig-Holstein refrained from signing the Treaty initially, and created its own liberal online gambling which permitted licences for sports bets, poker, games of chance and casino games online. Te state went on to issue 23 online casino licences and 25 sports betting licences.


Schleswig-Holstein eventually joined the State Treaty in January 2013 after Germany’s newly elected state government came into force and Schleswig-Holstein’s Gambling Act was abolished a month later. All was not lost. Te government did permit those already issued with licences the option to continue operating for a further six years until their licences expired in 2018.


Basically, those operators who went to the trouble of being licensed under Schleswig Holstein’s Gambling Act have pretty much had the biggest piece of the German online pie, with no other legal gaming sites legalised in the 15 other states for the last seven years. Schleswig Holstein’s ‘go it alone’ attitude changed gambling in Germany permanently.


Between January 2012 and February 2013 P52 NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA


Regulation for Online


Casino Games’ until end of 2024 provided the licence is valid on June 30 2021 and the licensee applies


for a virtual slot machine licence and/or an online poker licence under the


Interstate Treaty by July 1 2022.


Schleswig-Holstein pursed its own gambling regulation and issued private sports betting and online casino licences. During this time it issued 48 licences in total.


In a bid to maintain a regulated market and avoid the expiry of these licences, the state has managed to deviate from the State Treaty and get the states to agree that once the 2012/2013 licences expired, a transitional arrangement should be introduced.


Te transitional agreement for sports betting was agreed as from May 2018 and a law, by which formerly granted online casino licences were revalidated, was also introduced as from May 2019.


Tese licences are valid until end of June 2021 when the Fourth Treaty comes into force.


Revalidated online casino licences can be further extended via the ‘Act on the Transitional Regulation for Online Casino Games’ until end of 2024 provided the licence is valid on June 30 2021 and the licensee applies for a virtual slot machine licence and/or an online poker licence under the Interstate Treaty by July 1 2022.


Meanwhile, with questionable rules and regulations, a second Treaty was put together at the end of 2017. However this amendment never actually came into force due to resistance from North Rhine Westphalia and Schleswig- Holstein.


So Germany went back to the drawing board and a revision of the First Treaty was undertaken and the Tird Treaty amendment came into force in January 2020. Tis changed the gambling arena. Although it introduced a


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