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KSA requests all Dutch sponsorship info sooner than ban.

Online casinos operating in the Netherlands have been asked to provide details of commercial sponsorship deals ahead of a national ban being imposed. According to a Casino Nieuws report, Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has approached operators with a request for information. This includes details of when the sponsorship contracts were signed and their duration, as well as

Michel Groothuizen steps in as KSA chairman.

Michel Groothuizen has been named as the new chair of the board of directors at Netherlands’ regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), succeeding René Jansen. KSA announced that Jansen was to step down after six years at the helm in October last year. Jansen decided not to stand for reappointment as he reached retirement age at the end

KSA hits Gammix with file €19.6m penalty.

The Netherlands’ gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has issued its largest ever fine of €19.6m (£16.8m/$21.2m) to Gammix Limited for offering games without a licence. In June 2022, Gammix was ordered to leave the Dutch market or risk paying €1.4m in weekly fines. The following March, the KSA ordered Gammix to pay €4.4m for not complying

Netherlands minister Weerwind publicizes new plans to counter venture gambling.

The Netherlands minister for legal protection, Franc Weerwind, has announced new measures that he hopes will protect players from problem gambling. Weerwind’s letter comes in response to “worrying and undesirable developments” in the Netherlands’ gambling industry. With the evaluation of the Remote Gambling Act not expected until 2024, Weerwind has decided to push on with

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