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FRENCH TENNIS COMPLAINT DISMISSED
 
Online gambling companies prevail in litigation over FFT attempt to stop betting
 
The European Gaming and Betting Association has welcomed a decision by a Belgian court in Liege against a French Tennis Association complaint which sought to prevent online gambling groups such as Bwin, Ladbrokes and Betfair from taking bets on the Roland Garros French Open and Paris Masters 2008.
 
In three rulings issued this week in cases brought forward by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) in Belgium against EU licensed operators, the Liège first instance court rejected all allegations of the complainant, confirming that the operators concerned do not violate the FFT’s rights as the event organisers of Roland Garros and Paris Masters. Belgian players will therefore continue to enjoy this popular entertainment in 2008. 
 
EGBA reports that the judge, taking into consideration the corporate responsibility of the EU operators concerned and the procedures in place “preventing all anonymous bets, ensuring perfect traceability” concluded that the operators had behaved in a prudent and diligent manner.
 
Moreover, the judge took stock of “...the various measures, notably for the protection of minors” implemented by Bwin, as well as its membership of “ESSA (“European Sport Security Association”) which aims to guarantee the integrity of sports betting offers and to keep sports honest and free from fraud”. 
 
The judge also considered that the “...simple mention of the name of a sports event is a necessary indication for the online betting activity” which therefore “...cannot be considered as an act of parasitism since its sole purpose is to let the player identify which sport event to place a bet on”. 
 
The Belgian judge ordered the French Tennis Federation to pay Euro 5 000 per case (SÓ  :twisted: :twisted:????????????) for the recovery of legal costs.
 
Sigrid Ligné, EGBA Secretary General commented: “EU-licensed bookmakers are professionals that have a high level of expertise, know-how and risk management skills. This has been clearly recognised by the Belgian judge looking at the fact-based evidence to dismiss all the claims in this case.”
 

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Bookmakers Win Tennis Case
01-05-08

In a landmark ruling, a Belgian court has thrown out a complaint brought by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) seeking to prevent online gambling groups such as Bwin, Ladbrokes and Betfair from taking bets on the French Open and the Paris Masters 2008.

The Federation organises tournaments such as the French Open at Roland Garros and sued after a spate of incidents led to players being accused of match-fixing. It claimed that the presence of betting markets exploited ‘the name, reputation and renown’ of the French Open and Paris Masters tournaments.

'The plaintiff is asking for, on the one hand, a total ban on online betting taken by the Belgian public on the 2008 Roland Garros tournament and the Paris Masters 2008 and, on the other hand, the annulment and reimbursement of bets already taken by Belgian residents,' read the lawsuit.

The FFT cited the case of Nicolai Davydenko, who was investigated last year after being accused of dropping out of a match in Poland against an inferior opponent, but the bookmakers countered with the argument that they had no control over what players did.

''Fixed' matches, as far as these may be established, are not down to what the bookmaker has done but down to the 'manipulations' or 'attempts at corruption' of certain players with whom the bookmaker has no links at all,' read the brief from lawyers for the bookmakers.

'Someone who offers a service cannot be rendered responsible for an inappropriate use of that service if he has taken steps to prevent such inappropriate use.'

The FFT must now fight a counterclaim from Bwin in Paris, who is suing for damages as a result of the Federation’s claims that its actions facilitated fraud.

Como podem ver, segundo o próprio tribunal, conseguiram demonstrar que todas as apostas estão identificadas bem como os seus apostadores não permitindo que hajam novos casos Davydenko.

è de rir o facto de eles quererem que as apostas sejam anuladas e devolvidas aos seus apostadores relativas a Roland Garros e Paris MAsters do ano passado, eu também quero, mas só as que eu perdi, pode ser?

 :twisted:
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em: 05 de Maio de 2008, 10:33

è de rir o facto de eles quererem que as apostas sejam anuladas e devolvidas aos seus apostadores relativas a Roland Garros e Paris MAsters do ano passado, eu também quero, mas só as que eu perdi, pode ser?

 :tasla: :superlol: :superlol: :superlol:



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em: 05 de Maio de 2008, 13:57
Grande noticia  :yoo: :yoo: :som:



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em: 05 de Maio de 2008, 15:51
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em: 10 de Maio de 2008, 14:37
Se fosse cancelado eu apostava com os meus amigos :twisted:




 


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