Minister of Justice of the Netherlands Sander Dekker launched further rules of gambling companies in the Dutch gambling market. Interested parties can comment on the draft document until 18 September.
According to the rules, the license fee for operators will be set at € 45 thousand, while the changes -. Expansion permit action – cost gaming companies of € 8 thousand.
Considering all submitted applications for licensing, gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit pay close attention to the existence of violations of gambling legislation, not only in the Netherlands but also in other jurisdictions in which the company provides its services.
To protect the rights of players provided the restrictions that set a limit on the loss, which can not exceed the amount of the original bet. The user can take part in only one of the proposed online gaming platform.
Rules govern the manner of presenting the bonus conditions for games that need to be set out simply and clearly. The operator also undertakes to provide the opportunity to opt-out of bonuses at all.
Staff gambling companies should be trained and respond to suspicious activity of the players, which speaks about the problematic gambling. Licensees will be entitled to suspend players for up to six months. operator technical support should respond to any customer complaints within 72 hours.
Gambling advertising, according to the rules, should contain warnings about the risks associated with gambling. There will also be prohibited from using celebrities in advertising for marketing purposes.
Employees betting companies should be trained and able to recognize suspicious activity associated with the manipulation of sports results. In addition, 10% of the revenue derived from bets on horse racing, must be reinvested in sports.
Interested parties will be able to leave comments and to propose changes in the rules until 18 September 2019.
Recall that in the Dutch market of online gambling will not be represented by international operators.
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