Family-instigated bans for problem gamblers are coming soon to the Netherlands, according to the chief executive of the country’s gambling watchdog, who cautioned, along with other regulators, that...
Officials from Sweden and the Netherlands are focusing on gambling addiction prevention and research as online gambling licensing draws near for both countries.
Following a record 208 days of negotiations, the new Dutch government has published a coalition agreement which demands online gambling operators establish some form of local presence in the...
Gambling operators in the Netherlands face a shock temporary tax hike following a government proposal that will raise extra revenue to cover for continued delays in implementing the new online...
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) has ordered affiliate company Catena Operations to cease all advertising for gambling operations unlicensed in the Netherlands, or face fines of up to €21,000.
The Dutch Gaming Authority is calling for a “European solution” for gambling companies that do not pay their fines, as it looks to its counterparts across the continent for assistance in collecting...
A no-warnings enforcement policy that has not been strictly defined has gambling operators nervous in the run-up to long-delayed Dutch online gambling legislation.
Dutch land-based operators are eager to see slot machine regulations updated to boost profit and improve monitoring of responsible gambling measures, an executive has said.
A controversial new Dutch enforcement policy will make operators a “sitting duck” and will “kill the future” of online gambling, executives have said.
Greatly expanding the scope of its market controls, the Dutch Gaming Authority has announced stricter enforcement priorities and more manpower to go after online operators that target the Dutch...
The Dutch Senate has decided to quiz the government more on its online gambling bill before voting, a move which will likely set back online licensing until 2019.
The head of the Dutch Gaming Authority has promised a “Big Bang” opening to the online gambling market, encouraging fair competition by putting licensees on as equal a footing as possible.
The resignation of the Dutch minister of security and justice last week creates political turmoil for the government but probably will not slow long-delayed Dutch bills, lawyers and others say.
There is a “real tension” between new restrictions that regulators are demanding of gambling operators, what operators think is feasible and what players find comfortable, gambling lawyers have said.
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) is preparing to launch a quick-fire licensing process for horse race betting, prompted by years of litigation from Betfair.
A Dutch Senate commission has posed a fresh raft of questions about the country’s nascent online gambling law, quizzing the measure’s exclusion of online lotteries and querying the effectiveness of...
A Dutch court of appeal has confirmed a “de-facto toleration” of unlicensed gambling offerings by ruling that operator Unibet had no obligation to compensate a problem gambler’s losses, despite...
The Dutch Gaming Authority has intervened to stop online stores from providing gambling apps for download in the Dutch market. 
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) is getting ready for the long-delayed licensing of online gambling by drawing up guidelines for a review of advertising.
The lower house of the Dutch parliament passed the country’s first online gambling bill on Thursday, clearing the way for licensing in the second half of 2017.

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