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GiH News Roundup: Postcode Loterij to contribute €357m to good causes in 2018; MPs consult with Netherlands Gaming Authority

GiH News Roundup: Postcode Loterij to contribute €357m to good causes in 2018; MPs consult with Netherlands Gaming Authority

In 2018, the Nationale Postcode Loterij will contribute €357m to good causes and charities, the organization announced yesterday during its annual Goed Geld Gala. Yesterday, the board of the Netherlands Gaming Authority discussed its priorities, powers, and competences, as well as the pending remote gaming bill, with a select number of Lower House MPs. The new Chambers Global 2018 ranks[Read More…]

VIDEO: Looking back at the Kalff Katz & Franssen / IMGL Annual Gaming Industry Event 2018

VIDEO: Looking back at the Kalff Katz & Franssen / IMGL Annual Gaming Industry Event 2018

On Friday 2 February 2018, law firm Kalff Katz & Franssen, together with the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL), hosted its Annual Gaming Industry Event at the Koninklijke Industrieele Groote Club in Amsterdam. Netherlands Gaming Authority CEO Marja Appelman and Ministry of Justice and Security representative Dennis van Breemen informed the audience of the latest regulatory developments in the[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: Holland Casino employees protest privatization; Belgium’s national lottery under fire; Danske Spil to sponsor U21 teams

GiH News Roundup: Holland Casino employees protest privatization; Belgium’s national lottery under fire; Danske Spil to sponsor U21 teams

Holland Casino employees are concerned that the operator’s proposed privatization will lead to more sober terms of employment and have taken formal steps to prevent, or at least delay, the transformation of the casino chain into a limited liability company. The Belgian National Lottery’s recent advertising campaign to convince customers to purchase a lottery subscription has been criticized as potentially[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gaming Authority issues record fine; Holland Casino privatization moves forward; punters’ rights defended

GiH News Roundup: Netherlands Gaming Authority issues record fine; Holland Casino privatization moves forward; punters’ rights defended

The Netherlands Gaming Authority has hit an illegal betting shop in Rotterdam, the Netherlands’ second city, with a fine of more than €370,000. The shop owners were fined €123,750 for operating fifteen illegal gambling terminals, as well as another €250,000 for falsely pretending to carry a Gaming Authority license. The fine is the highest ever handed out to a land-based[Read More…]