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NOGA urges rigorous KSA response after research finds illegal operators accepting bets from minors

NOGA urges rigorous KSA response after research finds illegal operators accepting bets from minors

Peter-Paul de Goeij, director of the Netherlands Online Gambling Association (NOGA), expects a “rigorous” response from Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) following research showing illegal operators allowing minors to gamble. Research conducted by Keurmerk Responsible Affiliates (KVA) and shared with NOGA and operator association Licensed Dutch Gaming Providers (VNLOK) identified minors in the Netherlands as being able to...

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Industry hits out at Dutch gambling tax rise plan

Industry hits out at Dutch gambling tax rise plan

Plans to increase the gambling tax in the Netherlands have been met with criticism from industry. Netherlands Online Gambling Association director Peter-Paul de Goeij said proposals for a 7.3 per cent increase in the rate to 37.8 per cent “endangers the viability” of the regulated Dutch market and “will lead to an even further decline...

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KSA to fine Sarah Eternal €280,000 a week until it stops unlicensed offering

KSA to fine Sarah Eternal €280,000 a week until it stops unlicensed offering

The Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), the gambling regulator in the Netherlands, has issued Sarah Eternal with a weekly fine of €280,000 (£240,866/$300,506) for operating without a licence. Sarah Eternal has been offering games of chance on the casinosky.com website without holding the necessary licence. If Sarah Eternal fails to halt the violations, the KSA will fine the...