Articles by: Jeroen Laemers

Ministry of Justice: Customer database purge expected of previously unlicensed online operators

On Thursday, the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security published its responses to written questions submitted by the Lower House Permanent Committe for Security and Justice on the secondary legislation that is to accompany the Remote Gaming Act.

GiH webinar report, poll results & audience Q&A: Preparing for the regulated Dutch online market

GiH webinar report, poll results & audience Q&A: Preparing for the regulated Dutch online market

Looking back at the Gaming in Holland webinar “Next steps: The what & when of preparing for the regulated Dutch online market.”

Dutch industry stakeholders: publication of new remote gaming decree “big step in the right direction,” as gov’t clarifies cooling-off period length

Dutch industry stakeholders: publication of new remote gaming decree “big step in the right direction,” as gov’t clarifies cooling-off period length

Responding to the publication of the draft General Administrative Order (AMvB) on remote gambling regulation earlier this week, Dutch online trade association “Speel Verantwoord” (SSV) said that it felt “encouraged” that the document had finally been sent to both the Lower House and Senate for parliamentary consultation.

Dutch government publishes updated provisional remote gaming regulations

Dutch government publishes updated provisional remote gaming regulations

The Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security has published a draft General Administrative Order (AMvB) containing further details regarding the practical implementation of the country’s Remote Gaming Act.

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gambling Authority opens consultation on problem gambling helpline; German regulator prepares to block unlicensed operators

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gambling Authority opens consultation on problem gambling helpline; German regulator prepares to block unlicensed operators

The Netherlands Gambling Authority is calling on stakeholders to share their thoughts on the proposed national problem gambling prevention office (Landelijk loket verslavingspreventie).

GiH News Roundup: Spain announces Europe’s “strictest” gambling advertising measures; WHO and UNICEF highlight online gambling as risk to children’s well-being

GiH News Roundup: Spain announces Europe’s “strictest” gambling advertising measures; WHO and UNICEF highlight online gambling as risk to children’s well-being

Spain’s new gambling advertising restrictions will be the EU’s most far-reaching, Minister of Consumer Affairs Alberto Garzón said during the announcement of the country’s new Royal Decree on Gambling Advertising.

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gambling Authority to hold information sessions on CRUKS; EGBA criticizes German online gambling proposals

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gambling Authority to hold information sessions on CRUKS; EGBA criticizes German online gambling proposals

This March, the Netherlands Gambling Authority will host four information sessions for land-based operators on CRUKS, the Dutch exclusion register.

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gambling Authority issues fines for illegal gaming machines; LeoVegas reports Q4 growth

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gambling Authority issues fines for illegal gaming machines; LeoVegas reports Q4 growth

The Netherlands Gambling Authority has fined two unlicensed operators of land-based gaming machines.

GiH News Roundup: KSA chairman reiterates call for responsibility; Betsson acquires GiG’s B2C vertical while hampered by tough conditions in the Netherlands

GiH News Roundup: KSA chairman reiterates call for responsibility; Betsson acquires GiG’s B2C vertical while hampered by tough conditions in the Netherlands

Chairman of the Netherlands Gambling Authority René Jansen once again called for responsibility from the gaming sector in order to safeguard the industry’s reputation and to prevent the introduction of additional restrictions in the future.

GiH News Roundup: Authorities raid illegal gambling establishments; Malta’s iGaming sector hurt by rising prices and crumbling infrastructure

GiH News Roundup: Authorities raid illegal gambling establishments; Malta’s iGaming sector hurt by rising prices and crumbling infrastructure

Local authorities in the municipality of Arnhem raided several illegal gambling establishments.