KSA proposes reforms to Dutch gambling laws
The Dutch regulator presents recommendations to the government for changes to gambling laws
The Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has urged the Dutch government to consider several recommendations for changes to gambling laws.
The proposed reforms include granting the KSA the ability to use false identities for compliance checks, expanding the use of licensee data for analysis, addressing concerns with the Cruks self-exclusion system, and updating legislation for land-based slot machines.
These proposed changes aim to improve player protection, regulatory effectiveness, and alignment with technological advancements in the gambling industry.