No, but in France we have advertisments on sports betting and lottery. Maybe the fact that some are state owned, and some are licenced and probably pay good fees to the state would make a difference.
French regulators warn media: no close-up on risky financial product ads during football games
The grand final of the FIFA World Cup 2018 is just a couple of days away, with the French team set to play against the Croatians in Moscow – millions of eyes will be staring at TV screens on Sunday, July 15, 2018… There is nothing astonishing then that the French authorities are trying to protect football (soccer) fans from being exposed to ads of investment products whose advertising is prohibited in France. A tricky situation has arisen because France’s Sapin 2 law bans digital advertising of financial products like binary options and certain CFDs, as well as sponsorships related to such products, whereas other countries, including ... (full story)
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