Tag Archives: Spilreklamenævnet

Spillemyndigheden launches ROFUS rights campaign for Denmark

Spillemyndigheden, Denmark’s Gambling Authority, has launched a new national campaign promoting its ROFUS self-exclusion gambling service. Launched this September across social media and TV networks, the campaign reminds Danish consumers of their rights to ask licensed operators to ‘take-a-break’ and self-exclude from all gambling engagements. 2018 reforms to the Danish Gambling Act demanded that all licensed online gambling operators refer …

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Danish Spilreklamenævnet rules against Mr Green on Christmas complaint

Denmark’s Gaming Advertising Board, Spilreklamenævnet, has made a decision regarding a complaint concerning a Mr Green advertisement shown in December 2020 before a family TV show. The complaint in question revolved around a commercial for the William Hill-owned online casino operator shown before the family entertainment Juleønsket Christmas programme on the TV2 network.  A majority decision by Spilreklamenævnet ruled against …

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Danish gambling abides by new advertising complaints board 

Strengthening the ‘code-of-conduct on advertising’, Danish operators have launched ‘Spilreklamenævnet’ – an independently managed complaints board monitoring gambling advertising and media.  The founding of Spilreklamenævnet forms part of planned advertising directives for Danish Gambling announced in 2018, which saw regulated incumbents pledge to observe new binding code-of-conduct protections on gambling advertising.     The complaints board will be managed by Danish professional …

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