KSA’s Efforts to Enhance Player Safety in the Netherlands

KSA’s Efforts to Enhance Player Safety in the Netherlands

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KSA’s Efforts to Enhance Player Safety in the Netherlands

KSA focuses on player safety and addiction prevention in the Netherlands.

The Dutch gambling authority, KSA, aims to enhance player safety by emphasizing addiction prevention. Starting in 2023, most gambling-related ads will be banned, with a goal of converting 90% of illegal online gamblers to legal sites. Ismail Vali of Yield Sec has expressed skepticism about the KSA’s ability to enforce these laws effectively.

Collaborative Efforts to Combat Illicit Gambling

The KSA plans to collaborate more closely with partners such as the police and tax authorities to combat illegal gambling. The aim is to improve coordination, reduce organizational tensions, and enhance investigative efforts.

Focus on Problem Gambling

Recent developments in the Netherlands indicate a growing concern about problem gambling. While a proposal to ban all gambling advertising after 2023 was unsuccessful, efforts are being made to address problem gambling. Minister Franc Weerwind has proposed measures to protect players, including contacting those who exceed a €350 deposit limit to warn them of the risks.

Saudi Arabia’s Responsible Gaming Policy Update And Industry Concerns

Saudi Arabia is updating its Responsible Gaming Policy Rules, with the revised guidelines set for release in April. Additionally, a multi-year program to combat online gaming fraud has been announced.

Representatives like Peter-Paul de Goeij and Helma Lodders have expressed concerns about the potential impact of these measures on the appeal of legal gaming and the effectiveness of regulatory enforcement in curbing problem gambling.

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