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.
Director Joop Pot used his retirement to call for increased international gambling cooperation and a hope that policymakers successfully bring gambling policy to the forefront of the European agenda.
Pot said that gambling providers working across borders and a lack of a single European supervisory body tasked with enforcing sanctions against illegal operators had motivated his calls for increased cooperation.
The Netherlands has issued a number of fines against grey market operators in recent years, which it has typically had difficultly collecting.
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