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NEW Gaming in Holland Webinar on upcoming regulatory changes ...and more!

NEW Gaming in Holland Webinar on upcoming regulatory changes – January 17

Just before the Christmas break, both the Netherlands Gambling Authority and the Ministry of Justice and Security announced new player protection and AML rules for licensed gambling operators.


These new regulations include, among other things, an operator's obligation to intervene within one hour of detecting problematic gambling behavior and new monthly player deposit limits.


To discuss these new rules and their expected impact on the Dutch regulated gambling market, Gaming in Holland will host a dedicated webinar on Wednesday, January 17, at 15:00 CET.


Confirmed speakers are:

  • Justin Franssen, Partner, Kalff Katz & Franssen

  • Peter-Paul de Goeij, Managing Director, NOGA

  • Björn Fuchs, Board Member, VNLOK


Please click here to register for this new webinar.


January 17 compliance webinar to be postponed

Because of these new regulatory developments, our previously announced webinar on compliance, KYC, and marketing monitoring products that had been originally scheduled for January 17 has now been postponed to Wednesday, January 31 at 15:00 CET.


If you have already registered for this webinar, you do NOT need to re-register for the new date.


However, if you would also like to attend our new January 17 webinar on the recently announced regulatory changes, please register separately using this link: https://bit.ly/41OAhPL


Parliamentary debate on gambling policy scheduled for March 7

The Dutch Lower House's Permanent Committee for Justice & Security has scheduled a debate on gambling policy on March 7, 2024.


This debate will likely give an indication to what extent the newly elected Lower House is looking to (further) restrict the regulated Dutch online gambling market and, furthermore, what is to be expected from the official evaluation of the Remote Gaming Act which is planned for later this year.


Nederlandse Loterij to launch online bingo

Nederlandse Loterij's Winn-itt brand is preparing to launch online bingo rooms at an (as of yet) unspecified time in the future, a spokesperson confirmed to Meneer Casino.


Other operators that currently offer online bingo in the Netherlands are Tombola, Holland Casino, and Unibet.


Save the date: Gaming in Holland Lunch & Gaming in Germany Breakfast @ICE London

Join us at the world's leading gambling event to discuss the latest news related to the Dutch as well as German regulated gambling markets.


The Gaming in Holland Lunch and Gaming in Germany Breakfast will take place Wednesday, February 7, right next to the ExCel Centre.


If you would like to attend the Gaming in Holland Lunch, please RSVP.


To register for the Gaming in Germany Breakfast, please RSVP here.


As places are limited, preference will be given to partners, sponsors, and previous

Conference attendees.


If you would like to see more of us at ICE, please consider visiting our stand SD6-A.


Other events

The following event(s) may be of interest to the GiH community.

  • Registrations for ICE and ICE VOX 2024 are now open! Join 45,000 industry peers and attend the industry’s largest B2B event between February 6-8 in London.

  • IGB Affiliate 2024 takes place February 6-9 alongside ICE London and aims to connect affiliates with iGaming operator affiliate programs and tech vendors.

  • Kindred's annual Sustainable Gambling Conference will be held March 20, 2024, at the Kia Oval in London.

  • The 2024 Casino Operations Summit, which focuses on land-based casino operations, will take place April 23-25 in Amsterdam.


Other news

LX Fine Dining & Champagne at Holland Casino Venlo has been nominated by the European Casino Awards in the category “Best (Casino) Restaurant of the Year.” If you would like to support this nomination, you can do so here.


Fantasy sports provider ScoriPro appears to be on track to receive a Dutch remote gaming license in 2024.


LiveScore reported revenue of £129.6m in its full year 2023 results, of which £14.0m was derived from European markets outside the UK and Ireland.


Following the introduction of new ID laws, Denmark has seen a sharp drop in retail betting.

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