Dutch gambling regulator sets out supervisory agenda for 2024

The KSA will focus on duty of care measures.
The KSA will focus on duty of care measures.

The KSA will focus on its “Safe Play” mission.

The Netherlands.- The Dutch gambling regulator KSA has published its Supervisory Agenda for 2024. Key objectives for the year will include an increased focus on monitoring operators’ duty of care measures, measures to target the supply chain for unlicensed online gambling, undertaking independent investigations and a data-driven approach to risk-based monitoring.

The regulator said it would also be focusing on compliance with advertising regulations, particularly those protecting young people.

Investigation of unlicensed gambling advertising

Last week, the KSA reported on its probe into affiliate sites advertising unlicensed gambling. It says that 14 out of the 33 gambling websites that it monitored were found to have breached regulations. Offences included aiming advertising at customers who had self-excluded from gambling via the CRUKS register. The KSA said the sites had advertised for 14 unlicensed providers.

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