Dutch gaming regulator unveils “licensing trademark”

operators will have to show the mark on their websites and download pages
operators will have to show the mark on their websites and download pages

The Dutch regulator KSA has revealed the mark that operators must display online as of April 1.

The Netherlands.- The Dutch gaming regulator KSA has unveiled the licensing mark that all operators will have to show on their websites and mobile app download pages from when the Remote Gambling Act comes into force on April 1.

All approved igaming operators must display the mark, which reads “Vergunninghouder Kansspelautoriteit” (“Licensed by Kansspelautoriteit”) 

The Dutch regulator KSA’s new licensing mark for igaming operators

They must also include a link so that Dutch players can click on the image of the trademark and be redirected to the KSA licensing page, which provides information about igaming operators’ licensing provisions. 

The Netherlands has postponed its launch of regulated online gambling several times. Most recently, Sander Dekker, the legal protections minister, put the date for implementation of the Dutch Remote Gambling Act back to April 1. 

Licensed igaming operations are due to go live from October 1.

See also: The Netherlands publishes secondary gambling regulations

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