Dutch regulator increases financial penalties ahead of new regulatory regime

KSA cites lack of teeth of current penalties as reason for increase of fines for operators without a licence

The Dutch Gambling Authority (KSA) is to increase its financial penalties for operators found to be offering egaming in the Netherlands without a licence. From today, operators could face fines starting at €200,000, up from the previous €150,000 floor. The KSA has confirmed this is an interim step ahead of a thorough revision of its…

Dutch Gaming Authority | Egaming | Financial penalty | Regulation | The Netherlands


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