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The Netherlands – KSA confirms delay to Dutch online gaming launch

By - 8 September 2020

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 into effect for both online and land-based providers of games of chance.

Sander Dekker, the Minister for Legal Protection of the Ministry of Justice and Security, sent to the Lower House, highlighting the timetable after a tour of all those involved.

The Remote Games of Chance Act legalises and regulates online games of chance under strict conditions, but it also has consequences for the current country-based providers of risky games of chance. For example, arcades and locations of Holland Casino will have strict requirements in the field of addiction prevention and advertising.

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