Dutch Gambling Authority has received 28 applications for its iGaming license
The Dutch Gambling Authority (Ksa) has so far received 28 applications for a license to operate online games of chance in the Netherlands.
The Dutch market will open on October 1 and companies that will meet all of the KSA conditions will receive a license. Applicants will need to have adequate responsible gaming policies to prevent gambling addiction and other harmful consequences.
René Jansen, chairman of the board of the Ksa, is satisfied with the current number of applications and said:
“The intention of the law is to channel players from illegal providers to legally reliable providers. With this number of applications, I am confident that there will soon be a sufficiently attractive and varied offer to achieve this objective.”
With the new Remote Gambling Act in force since April 1, The Dutch Ksa expects that by October 1 this year, roughly 6 months from the enactment, 35 online gaming operators will have received a license to operate in the Netherlands.
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