Tag Archives: René Jansen

1xBet hit with €400,000 penalty from Dutch regulator

International operator 1xBet has been hit with a fine of €400,000 (£344,200) from Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) for targeting consumers without permission. The fine pertains to the companies behind 1X Corp. N.V. in Curaçao, which runs the 1xBet.com website, and Cyprus-based Exinvest Limited and its xbet-1.com site. In its ruling, the KSA found that both sites were easily accessed …

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Dutch KSA faces political pressure to ‘punish cowboys’

Following two and a half years of debate and obstruction, on 19 February the Netherlands House of Representatives, moved to approve the nation’s ‘Remote Gaming Act’ (Netherlands RGA), laying foundations for a licensed online gambling marketplace, compliant with EU competition standards. European industry stakeholders, currently waiting for the Act’s mandate to be passed into Dutch law through the process of …

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Rene Jansen takes charge of KSA, as Kamer prepares for ‘crunch gambling review’

Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) the Netherlands national gambling regulator has confirmed the appointment of René Jansen as new Chairman. A seasoned Dutch policy veteran, Jansen will take charge of the KSA from 1 October, as the Kamer and advisory departments review new directives attached to the Netherlands pending revamp of its national gambling regulatory framework. Jansen who has previously acted as general …

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