In his first public address, the Netherlands’ new chief gambling regulator has promised to produce an operator’s manual and foster a culture of collaboration, but acknowledged that his oversight of...
The last remaining member of the Netherlands Gambling Authority's (KSA) original board is retiring days before the Senate is poised to end a 13-year wait for remote gambling and casino reform laws.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) has fined UK bookmaker William Hill €300,000, a move the operator fears could have implications for its ability to apply for a Dutch gambling licence in the...
A Dutch online gambling lobbying group is calling for a rethink of the Dutch gambling legislation, claiming the drawn-out process has led to restrictive measures that will undermine the government...
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) has imposed a fine of €350,000 on two operators, one based in Cyprus and the other in the offshore tax haven of Curaçao.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) has relaxed its controls on gaming machines in an attempt to make it easier for the sector to implement new designs.
Some academics and researchers are wondering if it is time for the gambling industry to stop calling itself “gaming”, as concern grows over blurring lines between video games and gambling.
The Council of State, the highest Dutch administrative court, has upheld decisions by the Dutch Gambling Authority (KSA) to fine two unlicensed online operators, a ruling that should strengthen the...
Remote gambling operators that have faced sanctions for offering unlicensed gaming in the Netherlands will be barred from having a licence when the country’s online sector is opened up, a senior...
A €300,000 fine for Betsson’s Dutch-facing subsidiary may torpedo the Swedish operator’s chances of acquiring a licence once long-awaited online gambling legislation is approved by parliament.
Forward momentum continues to build on both of the Netherlands’ transformative gambling bills following months of stagnation, while new leadership at the Dutch regulator takes action against child...
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) has fined Germany’s Bet-at-home.com €410,000 for targeting gamblers in the Netherlands without a licence, after the regulator found the company in violation of its...
Long-time Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) chief executive Marja Appelman is stepping down, to be replaced by the regulator’s board of directors.
With a key agreement now in place, a Dutch parliamentary committee is to take up the debate on long-delayed gambling bills that would privatise Holland Casino and set up an online gambling...
Two Dutch gambling monopolies are calling for all unlicensed online operators to withdraw from the market, now that a key coalition agreement holding up licensing legislation has been reached.
A new letter from the Dutch justice ministry has clarified for the first time the kind of local presence online gambling licensees will need once the country’s online gambling reforms are passed by...
Netherlands’ highest court has ordered the Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) to provide better legal justification for a licensing regime that allows for multiple charity lotteries but only one numbers...
A Dutch bill to license online gambling and another to launch the privatisation of Holland Casino may be passed separately, a move that could complicate the already-delayed package of bills.
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) is calling for extra powers to fight unlicensed online operators more effectively, a step that can only come with passage of licensing laws.
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) is prioritising prevention of underage gambling as it outlines its plans in the run-up to online gambling licensing.

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