The Netherlands Gaming Authority has hit an illegal betting shop in Rotterdam, the Netherlands’ second city, with a fine of more than €370,000. The shop owners were fined €123,750 for operating fifteen illegal gambling terminals, as well as another €250,000 for falsely pretending to carry a Gaming Authority license. The fine is the highest ever handed out to a land-based operator in the Netherlands.

Amsterdam-based law firm Kalff Katz & Franssen is looking to hire a paralegal/trainee solicitor for their nationally renowned gaming practice.

The Dutch government’s efforts to privatize Holland Casino, for the first time, have moved beyond the planning stage.

A campaigner for improved consumer rights for punters in the UK is claiming that some online bookmakers, including William Hill, are using their terms and conditions to delay or even avoid payment on winning bets.

Central European betting operator Fortuna Entertainment Group, which is headquartered in Amsterdam, has announced a six-year sponsorship deal with the Czech Football Association (FAČR), effective from the 2018-19 season.