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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

KSA orders to stay and desist.

Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has ordered operator Blue High House to stop offering gambling services to Dutch consumers. If Blue High House does not comply with the order, KSA will hit the operator with weekly €43,000 fines up to a maximum amount of €129,000. Blue High House does not have a licence to

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