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The Netherlands – KSA grants 11th online licence to JOI Gaming

The Dutch Gaming Authority Kansspelautoriteit has granted JOI Gaming, a subsidiary of of the land-based casino operator JVH Gaming & Entertainment Group, a license to offer games of chance via the internet. The license will take effect on November 20, 2021. From that date, JOI Gaming may operate. The domain name of JOI Gaming is jacks.nl. The brand…

The Netherlands – KSA confirms inspection of land-based slot operators

Dutch Gaming Authority Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has confirmed it will carry out a number of checks at slot machine arcades in October and November 2021, to make sure they comply with the new registration obligations. Since April 1 2021, slot machine arcades have been obliged to record data about possible excessive participation and about interventions in…

The Netherlands – Dutch gaming authority launches horse betting tender

The Kansspelautoriteit,  Netherland’s gambling authority, has started an open and transparent award procedure for the new licence, which will cover the period of July 1 2022 to June 30 2027. In the Netherlands, horse race betting requires a specialized totalizer licence. It’s a legal monopoly, so there’s only one license. The current totalisator license expires on 30 June 2022….

The Netherlands – Dutch online gaming to open to ten companies

The market for legal online games of chance in the Netherlands opened today, following the news earlier this week that the Dutch Gaming Authority Kansspelautoriteit had confirmed that 10 companies had been granted a license to offer games of chance via the internet. The ten companies are TOTO Online, FPO Netherlands, Holland Casino, NSUS Malta,…

The Netherlands – Dutch gaming authority details new approach to illegal online gambling providers

Now that it is possible to participate in games of chance via the internet from 1 October 2021 with legal providers, the Dutch Gaming Authority is changing its priority setting and penalty policy with regard to illegal providers. A coherent package of measures should ensure that players opt for legal online offers from 1 October….

The Netherlands – KSA lays out policy rules for involuntary registration

The Dutch Gaming Authority Kansspelautoriteit has established its policy rules regarding payers that can be involuntarily excluded from participating in games of chance. It explained: “As a result of the Remote Gambling Act, there will be a Central Register of Exclusion of Gambling, Cruks. Players may be included herein voluntarily or involuntarily. Cruks is an…

The Netherlands – KSA orders Dutch State Lottery to stop using footballers in ads

Before the start of the European Football Championship, the Gaming Authority (Ksa) has ordered the State Lottery with a cease and desist order to stop advertising with professional football players. KSA stated: “The regulations on games of chance prohibit providers of games of chance from using active professional athletes and teams in advertising for games…

The Netherlands – Ksa starts new action against illegal advertising

The Dutch Gaming Authority (Ksa) is starting a new round of action against websites that promote illegal online games of chance, the so-called ‘affiliates’. With the opening of the legal online gambling market imminent, the Ksa said it is ‘alert to illegal providers and advertisers who want to make a quick move.’ The Ksa periodically…

The Netherlands – KSA confirms it has recieved 28 online gaming applications

Dutch Gaming Authority (Ksa) has so far received 28 applications for a license to be able to offer online games of chance in the Netherlands. On April 1, the Remote Gambling Act (Koa), the law that legalises online gambling under strict conditions, came into effect. The market for online games of chance will open on…