Dutch regulators who have been allowing online gambling companies to benefit from an informal policy of tolerance should think about bringing that period to a close, a Dutch casino official has said.
A draft Dutch bill which would collect data for player protection will likely draw fire over privacy issues in the privacy-conscious nation, both government officials and operators have said.
The Dutch draft bill has hidden costs that mean it may prove far more expensive than the advertised 20 percent tax on gross gaming revenue, a Unibet lawyer and other officials said. 
Online and land-based interests have given a cautious welcome to the Dutch government’s new draft gambling legislation that emphasises social responsibility, but a 20 percent online tax that would...
Legislation that will regulate the Dutch online gambling market for the first time is set to emerge for consultation later this week, but with lower taxes slated for online operators, land-based...
The Dutch gambling minister has said remote gambling needs to be regulated “as soon as possible” to protect Dutch players after MPs quizzed him on online casino sites still advertising in the...
The new Dutch coalition government’s plans to license online gambling will draw outside interest, and selling state-owned Holland Casino should draw plenty of bidders too, experts have said. 
The Netherlands’ two largest political parties agreed on Monday to a coalition government that is committed to privatising Dutch monopoly, Holland Casino, and licensing and taxing online gambling. 
The fledgling Dutch Gaming Authority said it has been successful in its fight against illegal online gambling, with most of the largest firms no longer targeting Dutch players.
The resignation yesterday of Holland’s government will leave its ambitious online gambling proposals “at a standstill”, according to local experts.