The Dutch regulator has said it "goes without saying" that the country’s land-based gambling monopolies will be dismantled.
The Netherlands is considering the option of shifting its entire lottery sector to open licensing, after a government-commissioned report recommended breaking up the monopoly model.
Every operator granted an online licence under the new Dutch regime will have to discard their old player databases and start from scratch, according to new government updates on draft secondary...
Experts have warned of fresh delays to the opening of the Dutch online market, with a nightmare scenario that destroys the entire process less and less remote with each passing day.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) is adamant that opening up online gambling will benefit Dutch consumers, as it admits the ban on online gambling is effectively impossible to enforce with...
The Netherlands is to extend its two-year "cooling-off period" by an additional six months, frustrating a group of fined operators that had been on course to avoid a temporary ban, as the...
The most senior Dutch gambling regulator has asked the industry to behave better than in neighbouring countries, in the hopes that the Netherlands can avoid the now familiar path of political...
A Dutch public television investigation, which claimed that gambling online was "childishly simple" for under-age players who set up betting accounts, has apparently led to a Netherlands Gambling...
Dutch online gambling legislation, if it ever takes effect, could be the strictest in the world on fighting gambling addiction, according to a regulator and a former regulator.
In a key Dutch parliamentary debate on secondary legislation for the country’s Remote Gambling Act, tougher advertising regulations and the prospect of extending the "cooling-off period" once again...
Payments firms in the Netherlands have gained more time to prepare for new requirements around illegal online gambling, after lawmakers declared a six-month delay to the introduction of the Remote...
Licensed online gambling in the Netherlands has been delayed by six months, in what is likely to be a massive win for a group of misbehaving companies otherwise set to fall foul of the dreaded ...
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) has set out the conditions operators will need to meet to apply for an online gambling licence, a process scheduled to begin in Summer 2020.
LeoVegas and its subsidiary brand Royal Panda have been fined €350,000 and €400,000 respectively in the Netherlands for illegally offering online gambling, becoming the latest operators to see...
The Stars Group has joined the long list of operators with its timely entry into the Dutch online market endangered following a fine from the country’s regulator.
GVC has admitted its bwin brand will be barred from receiving a Dutch licence while it waits for the two-year timer on its regulatory breaches to tick down, if the market launches as planned in...
888 Holdings is "compliant with the letter of the law" in the Netherlands and has had no approaches from Dutch regulators, executives said, whereas most of its rivals have incurred penalties that...
Kindred Group has been fined €470,000 for offering online gambling to Dutch customers without a licence, meaning almost all major European online gambling operators have now received a Dutch penalty.
ElectraWorks Limited, the licence-holding entity that operates GVC’s Bwin brand in the Netherlands, has been fined €350,000 by the Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA).
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) says it has taken action to ensure that 23 affiliates no longer advertise online gambling services, as part of the long run-up to the anticipated opening of...

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