After a year-long negotiation and over thirty instances of industrial action, Holland Casino and several labor unions have agreed to a new five-year collective bargaining agreement. Employees will receive a one-off payment of 4.5% of their annual wages in 2016, wage increases of 2% in 2017 and 2018, as well as wage increases in line with the national average in the remaining years of the agreement. During the five years of the new CBA, there will be no forced redundancies, the casino chain also promised.

Yesterday, the 6th annual Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo concluded in Amsterdam. In case you missed it earlier, here is a link to our recap of the sessions on secondary remote gambling legislation and the new enforcement policy of the Netherlands Gaming Authority.

The Department of Security and Justice announced it will be unable to answer Parliamentary questions on the difficulties of the Netherlands Gaming Authority to collect administrative fines from abroad within the usual term.

UK National Lottery operator Camelot has launched a strategic review following an 8.8% decline in National Lottery sales, compared to the previous year. Both retail and digital sales decreased, with mobile being the sole outlier, rising £23.8m to a record £619.3m.

Following the introduction of new licensing conditions, UK online gambling operators have been cutting back on torrent site advertising.

Greek gambling monopoly OPAP saw sales grow by 5.3% to €358.9m ($603.8m) for the first quarter of 2017, up from €340.7m for the same period of 2016.

Caesars Entertainment removed more than 21 skill-based games from its properties after they failed to make enough money to cover vendor fees.