Dutch regulator: Remote Gaming Act has “unanswerable questions” without secondary legislation

CEO René Jansen claims delayed implementation allows for “careful decision-making process”

The head of the Dutch Gambling Authority (KSA) has claimed the Dutch Remote Gaming Act has questions which “unfortunately have no answers” other than the implementation of secondary legislation. CEO René Jansen’s comments came after the Dutch government agreed to delay implementation of the Act until January 2021, a full six months after initially expected,…

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