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The Netherlands Gaming Authority was unaware of the house searches that were conducted in the Netherlands in relation to the recent Belgian tennis match-fixing scandal, Dutch daily de Volkskrant reports.

MP Attje Kuiken (PvdA) tabled parliamentary questions on match-fixing in tennis.

Bogdan Wenta, Member of the European Parliament, member of the Culture and Education Committee and Vice-Chair of the Parliament’s Sports Intergroup, says it is time for the EU to act against match-fixing.

Both chairman Frits Huffnagel and General Secretary Sanne Muijser of trade association VAN Kansspelen chaired sessions at the annual EUROMAT conference. “For us, as a trade association, it was very instructive to discuss some of the regulatory and policy developments taking place in other countries. That is why we actively participated in the annual conference of the organization that represents our sector’s interest at the European level,” Muijser said.

Following a freedom of information request, the Netherlands Gaming Authority released a series of (sometimes heavily redacted) emails with respect to the regulator’s involvement in the case regarding De Lotto’s sports betting, numbers lottery, and instant lottery monopolies, that was recently decided by the Council of State.

Shareholders of GVC Holdings have narrowly approved a directors’ remuneration report for 2017 at the company’s annual general meeting.

Australian sports betting and lottery operator Tabcorp Holdings wants out of its UK-facing Sun Bets online gambling joint venture

Delaware was able to generate over $322,000 in wagers on the first day of full-scale sports betting in the US state.

GAN has reiterated its intention to launch online sports betting services in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania during the second half of the year.