Following the trade dispute with Antigua & Barbuda

A German court has ruled in the case of a Bavarian law that attempted to prevent online businesses from marketing their services in competition with the state-supported outlets, but that ban was prevented from being put into effect by a higher court pending resolution of the case.
The ruling has resulted in the case being dismissed in its entirety by the German Court. This in effect allows wagers to be taken by non Bavarian companies.

Another European county also made the news with its efforts to protect the state run monopoly of its gaming industry. 
Sweden has already been cited by the European Union for its failure to open up its market to outside interests.  Officially Sweden will end the state monopoly, but will introduce high fees and other requirements to discourage potential competition.

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