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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…

The Netherlands – KSA launches invite for online gaming applications

Dutch gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has now launched its igaming licensing process. It said: “The Remote Games of Chance Act and associated secondary legislation and policy rules has come into effect [on April 1]. This means that applications for a license to offer online games of chance can be submitted to us. The digital portal…

The Netherlands – KSA confirms Dutch market will licence 35 online gaming companies

Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit has confirmed in its 2020 Annual Report that it will launch a total of 35 online gaming licences. From 1 April, the Ksa will start processing applications for an online gambling license, after which the market in the Netherlands for online games of chance will open on 1 October. The preparations for…

The Netherlands – KSA amends money laundering guidelines ahead of online launch

The Dutch Gaming Authority KSA has amended the Wwft Guideline with a view to the entry into force of the Remote Gaming Act (Koa) on April 1 2021. The Act on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Wwft) will also apply to providers of online games of chance. Currently, the provisions in the…

The Netherlands – KSA calls on Dutch operators to test their connection to Central Register of Exclusion of Gaming

The Dutch Gaming Authority Kansspelautoriteit Ksa) has opened the online environment in which games of chance providers can test their connection to the Central Register of Exclusion of Gaming (Cruks). All gaming casinos and slot machine arcades in the Netherlands that want to keep their license for offering games of chance must connect to Cruks,…

The Netherlands – KSA backs FEC Nederlands’ plan to remove gaming machines from arcades

Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) is backing the move to ban gaming machines from family arcades in a bid to reduce underage gambling. The plan of action has been presented by Family Entertainment Centers Nederland, who said it was difficult to monitor and control gaming machines in the venues which include, skill games and machines like…

The Netherlands – KSA confirms delay to Dutch online gaming launch

Dutch gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has confirmed that the Remote Gambling Act (Koa) will be delayed and is now expected to enter into force on March 1 2021, six months later then the initially envisioned September 1, 2021. On September 1 2021, the Central Register of Exclusion of Games of Chance (Cruks) will also come…

The Netherlands – KSA confirms 2021 time frame for Dutch online launch

The Dutch Gambling Authority, the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), has said its aim is to have the Remote Gambling Act (KOA) come into effect by January 1, 2021, half a year later than the aforementioned date of July 1, 2020. As soon as the KOA Act comes into force, applications for an online gambling license can be…

The Netherlands – KSA gives further details on online applications

The Kansspelautoriteit (Netherlands gambling authority) has provided more information regarding the conditions for an online gambling licence. This will allow potential applicants to prepare for the licensing process that will start as soon as the Remote Gambling Act (Wet Kansspelen op afstand) comes into effect. The exact date on which the Act will enter into…