As the football World Cup approaches, Swedish and Dutch regulators have been cracking down on unlicensed online gambling operators, even though full licensing has yet to launch in either country.
As the world’s biggest betting event opens on Thursday, legal sports betting is also launching in New Jersey and Delaware is primed to offer its first ever bets on the World Cup.
The Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) said it will be monitoring online gambling websites during the World Cup, looking not only for websites catering to minors, but also those simply pitching to Dutch residents.
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