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Dutch Gambling Regulator Criticizes Unlicensed Operators For Publishing Coronavirus Ads

Kansspelautoriteit, the Dutch gambling regulator has denounced unlicensed operators for publishing ads encouraging customers to use their illegitimate online services to bet while gaming locations in the nation are bolted due to the eruption of novel coronavirus.

Licensed gaming casinos across the Netherlands have been forced to cease activity as part of a countrywide endeavor to decrease the speed of proliferation of deadly coronavirus.

Nonetheless, the gambling regulator mentioned that since the mass shut down, it has witnessed an upsurge in advertising by online gambling operators. iGaming will be considered prohibited in the nation, until the gambling market opens for business from July 2021.

Nevertheless, until the market launches, it is considered illegitimate to offer or publicize iGaming. Furthermore, those customers who play the aforementioned games, knowing that the iGaming operator is not licensed, might also face reprimand.

René Jansen, the chairman of Kansspelautoriteit mentioned,

“We see that illegal online providers are trying to take advantage of the current situation; that is unacceptable. We have even seen consumers lured into what is known as a Corona-free offering. Completely objectionable.”

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