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Online Gambling Lawyer
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Volume: 17 Issue: 5
(May 2018)

Keywords:
dutch gaming authoritys study loot boxes coming same month belgian gaming commissions decision certain loot boxes game chance subject

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Netherlands Belgium

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The Dutch Gaming Authority’s study into loot boxes

Coming in the same month as the Belgian Gaming Commission’s decision that certain loot boxes are a game of chance and are therefore subject to Belgian gambling law, the Netherlands Gaming Authority published its report into loot boxes in April 2018, which concluded that at least four of the loot boxes studied breach Dutch gambling legislation. Dr Alan Littler and Kester Mekenkamp of Kalff Katz & Franssen Attorneys at Law discuss the findings of the Dutch study and the consequences.

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