Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) Grants 10 Online Gaming Licences for Companies yet to be Named

The Gaming Authority (KSA) has granted 10 online gaming licences to become active from 1 October 2021. Later this week, the KSA will announce which companies will receive a permit.

René Jansen, chairman of the board of directors of the Ksa, said this tonight in the TV current affairs section Nieuwsuur. Earlier this year, the KSA announced that 29 applications had been submitted. René Jansen gave 2 explanations for the fact that 1 in 3 applications is granted. “High requirements are imposed on a license, including in the field of addiction prevention and consumer protection, and the KSA tests rigorously.”

The chairman of the Ksa also said that he expects more licensees to be added in the short term because a group of companies is still going to submit an application. Jansen expects that around July 2022 there will be a complete picture of what the online gambling market in the Netherlands will look like.

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