Denmark's regulator seeks feedback on new ID inspection standards
Denmark's Spillemyndigheden is accepting comments on new requirements for ID inspections to prevent problem gambling and casino crime
The Danish gambling regulator, Spillemyndigheden, has introduced new inspection standards for land-based casinos to align them with the recently introduced player ID checks.
The new measure, which comes into effect in October, will require casinos to register players before allowing them to gamble.
The new inspection standards will be published after interested parties submit their feedback by May 5.
Denmark has a significant problem with gambling harm, with recent studies suggesting that 500,000 people in the country are suffering from gambling addiction.