Denmark’s gambling authority (Spillemyndigheden) issued new guidance to operators ahead of the U.K. exiting the European Union next month. The transitional agreement between the UK and the EU will end on 1 January next year, meaning operators headquartered in Great Britain will face different rules for offering online gambling in Denmark.

From European Gaming:

Licensees residing or established outside EU or European Economic Area (EEA) countries will only be permitted to offer online gambling in Denmark if they have appointed a representative.

Spillemyndigheden said it is the responsibility of the licence-holder to ensure that their representative is either resident or established in Denmark or another EU or EEA country.

As such, the regulator said GB-based operators that hold a licence in Denmark must now seek to work with a representative to continue to offer gambling in the country.
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