Post Tagged with: "council of state"

GiH News Roundup: CEO of Nederlandse Loterij calls for quick enactment of remote gaming bill: politicians should “start moving”

GiH News Roundup: CEO of Nederlandse Loterij calls for quick enactment of remote gaming bill: politicians should “start moving”

Yesterday, the Council of State, the Netherlands’ highest administrative court, upheld De Lotto’s current monopolies on sports betting and instant lotteries. The operator’s monopoly on numbers lotteries, however, is to be reconsidered by the Netherlands Gaming Authority. Niels Onkenhout, CEO of Nederlandse Loterij (which owns the Lotto brand) largely welcomed the ruling of the Council of State. Although Onkenhout expressed[Read More…]

Netherlands Gaming Authority ordered to revisit permissibility of numbers lottery (lotto) monopoly

Netherlands Gaming Authority ordered to revisit permissibility of numbers lottery (lotto) monopoly

The Council of State, the Netherlands’ highest administrative court, has ordered the Netherlands Gaming Authority to revisit its earlier decision to grant only a single numbers lottery (lotto) license, while such a restriction does not apply to operators of (largely similar) charity lotteries. The Council of State’s ruling means that current license holder Lotto BV may lose its numbers lottery[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: Council of State on “scarce licenses;” KSA publishes new enforcement policy; William Hill hit by DDoS attack

GiH News Roundup: Council of State on “scarce licenses;” KSA publishes new enforcement policy; William Hill hit by DDoS attack

Council of State: Scarce Licenses to Be Awarded in a Transparent and Fair Manner When it comes to the distribution of scarce licenses, all potential candidates should be given equal opportunity by the distributing authority to compete for such a license in a transparent procedure, the Council of State (Raad van State), the Netherlands’ highest administrative court, ruled yesterday. The[Read More…]