Bwin.Party Gets Belgian Gaming License

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European gaming giant Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment has been granted an A+ gaming license by the Belgian Gaming Authority, bringing an end to a tumultuous relationship between the company and agency.

Those in the know will remember that Belgian authorities detained Bwin's CEO Norbert Tuefelberger during a gaming conference that was being held in Brussels.

In Belgium, an e-Gaming operator must partner with a land based casino in order to offer betting services. With that restriction in place, Bwin announced that it has partnered with Belcasinos Casino Kursaal Oostende NV in a deal that will direct punters to a special section on Bwin's Belgian website.

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