Bet-at-home considers legal action against “unjustified” Dutch fine

Bookmaker may contest fine from the Dutch Gambling Authority for operating without a licence

Bet-at-home has threatened to take legal action against a Dutch Gambling Authority (KSA) fine levied against the operator on Tuesday, EGR can reveal. The Germany-headquartered sports betting operator was yesterday hit with a €410,000 fine by the KSA for offering online gambling without a Dutch licence last year The company was found to be using…

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