Dutch Gambling Authority ramps ups financial penalty for ‘corona-free’ gambling ads

Regulator to increase fines by €50,000 in wake of illegal advertising by operators

The Dutch Gambling Authority (KSA) has said any operator found to be illegally advertising ‘corona-free gambling’ will instantly have its regulatory penalty increased by €50,000. At present, penalties for offering illegal online gambling in the Netherlands start at €200,000 but can increase based on the seriousness of the offence. Advertisers, affiliate networks, review websites and…

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