- Licence applicants must have clean record for 30 months
- Secondary regulations tabled in parliament
- Age verification, esports among key changes
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 government tables vital secondary regulations.
On Tuesday, justice minister Sander Dekker submitted the Remote Gambling Decree to the Dutch parliament’s lower chamber, the House of Representatives.
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