Belgium’s 711 BV gains KSA Dutch gambling licence
The KSA has granted an 18th Dutch gambling licence, allowing 711 BV to offer online slots in the Netherlands.
Belgium’s 711 BV has become the latest online gambling operator to pick up a five-year Dutch licence from the Netherlands’ gambling regulator de Kansspelautoriteit (KSA).
Becoming the sixteenth online gambling licensee in the new Dutch online gambling market, 711 will offer online slots. It has not yet been confirmed what domain 711 will operate in the country.
Last week, Betca BV and Novamedia gained Dutch online gambling licences. They followed on the heels of Zebetting, which gained a licence last month. More licences are still expected in the next few weeks.
The Dutch online gambling market launched in October with only ten licensees. The KSA has since issued a further eight licences, with JOI Gaming having three.
Meanwhile, the KSA has revealed that more than 10,000 people have registered with the Netherlands’ gambling self-exclusion scheme, Cruks, since it went live. Cruks excludes players from gambling online, or at land-based slot machines and casinos, with exclusion periods starting at six months.
Players can sign up voluntarily but can also be registered by a relative or a gambling operator, pending approval by the KSA.
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