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Online Gambling Lawyer
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Volume: 16 Issue: 10
(October 2017)

Keywords:
dutch ksas ‘renewed enforcement policy dutch betting gaming authority (kansspelautoriteit ‘ks ‘renewed enforcement policy june 2017 adopting especially

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The Dutch KSA’s ‘renewed’ enforcement policy

The Dutch Betting and Gaming Authority (Kansspelautoriteit, ‘KSA’) ‘renewed’ its enforcement policy in June 2017, adopting an especially strict approach towards targeting providers and facilitators of illegal online gambling. This approach has now been tested in the courts, in a case involving Betsson AB, while the KSA has separately carried out enforcement action against Catena Operation Limited for advertising illegal games of chance. Roelien van Neck and Lisette den Butter of Bird & Bird LLP analyse the KSA’s ‘renewed’ approach and the results of the Betsson AB case.

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