The Danish gaming regulator has introduced a new rule that stipulates that all bonuses must be available for at least 60 days.
Denmark.- The national gambling regulator, Spillemyndigheden, has updated its advertising regulations to stipulate that all bonuses must be made available for a minimum of 60 days.
The update follows an executive order from the government to change Spillemyndigheden’s regulations for online casino, land-based betting and online betting.
Spillemyndigheden said it had concluded that operators must allow at least 60 days for customers to take advantage of any bonus won as part of a promotional offer. The customer must be able to claim the bonus without any additional terms and conditions.
Last week, Spillemyndigheden announced it was relaxing its testing requirements. Company experience requirements have been removed and more certification options have been made available for approved test operators.
The Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden) has reported that channelisation to licensed gaming hit a record 90 per cent in 2020. The regulator’s Gaming Market in Figures 2020 report shows that channelisation rose from 88 per cent in 2019.