Mr Green fined €312,500 by Dutch regulator over IP blocking

Operator rapped in first of its kind ruling by Dutch Gaming Authority

MRG subsidiary Mr Green has been fined €312,500 by the Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) for failing to prevent Dutch players from gambling on its websites. The operator has been fined after allegedly failing to use IP blocking technology under the so-called ‘prioritization’ criteria, under which international operators are obliged to block access to their websites…

Betsson Group | Dutch Gaming Authority | Financial penalty | Mr Green | Regulation


Launches  |  The week in B2B news (21 September 2018)

News 21 September 2018

Sports betting  |  PPB’s FanDuel pays out on $82k palpable error bet

News 21 September 2018

Regulation  |  Peru considers online gaming legalisation

News 21 September 2018

Poker  |  PokerStars trials first VR poker product

News 21 September 2018

Regulation  |  Australia government mulls in-play betting U-turn

News 20 September 2018