Amsterdam city received the Dutch land based and the online gambling industry at Tobacco Theatre.
The Netherlands.- Gaming in Holland welcomed its annual edition in Tobacco Theatre, Amsterdam, yesterday. The event, only a national one devoted to the Dutch land based and online gambling industry, was held before the Lower House has arrived to a decision as to the proposal amendment for gambling legislation.
Gaming in Holland offered debates, conferences and educational programmes about the Dutch remote gaming bill, the secondary legislation, taxes advantages, illegal actions, selling of Holland Casino, Dutch lottery licenses and responsible gaming, as well as marketing strategies, affiliate programs, human resources for a successful business, eSports, Daily Fantasy Sports and iGaming.
Although the gaming regulation has not yet been set, the Dutch government announced the approval of several casino licenses, which boosted the show’s conferences by Daniel Macadam (GamblingCompliance.) Marja Appelman (Netherlands Gaming Authority,) Dennis van Breemen (Ministry of Security and Justice,) Justin Franssen (Kalff Katz and Franssen,) Peter-Paul de Goeij (Lottovate Nederland,) Pieter Remmers (Assissa,) Wouter Sleijffers (Fnatic,) Eric Olders (JVH Gaming,) Andy Lulham (Oddschecker.) Robert Andersson (Catena Media,) Martin van Geest (Meneer Casino,) Armijn Meijer (OneTime,) Frank Tolboom (Kalff Katz and Franssen,) Lennert de Rijk (Metapeople,) Dennis van Maanen (Esanda,) Martijn de Boer (CDDN) and David Sargeant (iGaming Ideas.)