Moments ago, the Dutch Senate adopted the Remote Gaming Bill, two and a half years after the bill passed the Lower House.
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GiH News Roundup: Senate schedules vote on Remote Gaming Bill; Raffld to temporarily suspend operations
This Tuesday, February 19, the Dutch Senate will vote on the Remote Gaming Bill, starting at 13:35 CET.
GiH News Roundup: equine influenza outbreak shuts down British horse racing; Polish operator announces launch in eleven EU jurisdictions
Ahead of tomorrow’s decisive debate on the Remote Gaming Bill in the Dutch Senate, Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker proposes a blackout period for online operators who “actively” seek to attract Dutch customers
GiH News Roundup: Dutch Senate to continue gambling reform debate on Tuesday, February 12; UK Gambling Commission announces new rules
The Dutch Senate is currently scheduled to continue its debate on the Remote Gaming Bill and Casino Reform Bill on Tuesday, February 12, 14:05-15:45 CET.
Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker has responded to what is presumably the final round of written questions tabled by the Permanent Committee for Justice and Security of the Dutch Senate.
Today, the Ministry of Justice & Security clarified the establishment requirement, as well as other parts of the coalition agreement that concern remote gaming. As the Ministry letter (obviously) represents the official government position, the main roadblock to further legislative progress in the Senate has been removed. In other words, we’re back on track with regard to remote gaming in[Read More…]
GiH News Roundup: Ministry of Justice releases presentations on secondary legislation; UK gov’t delays £2 maximum FOBT stakes
Only 1 day to go before the 7th annual Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo kicks off in Amsterdam! Register today or check out the event’s agenda here. The Ministry of Justice and Security has released the presentations on consumer protection, the prevention of gambling addiction, and the prevention of gambling-related crime, which were delivered during the May 31 public[Read More…]
On 31 May, the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security held an information session at Hotel Babylon in The Hague on the secondary legislation that is to accompany the Remote Gaming Bill. Below, we will discuss the current state of affairs with regard to the Remote Gaming Bill, including some potential sticking points contained in the secondary legislation. The Remote[Read More…]