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Revenues at casino and sports verticals declined due to tough regulatory conditions. Unibet Poker was untarnished by the difficult operating conditions, continuing its streak of double-digit growth.
The Unibet Poker Success Story: Kindred’s Poker Product Grows in Tough Market Conditions

While casino and sports revenue declined for the first time in years, Unibet Poker’s growth continues unabated.


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It is the seventh fine this year by the Kansspelautoriteit as it ramps up its enforcement efforts. Unibet, GVC and now TSG joining the likes of William Hill, Betsson and Mr. Green.
iDEAL and Team Netherlands at Heart of PokerStars’ Dutch Fine

Netherlands regulator has now levied €2.75 million in fines this year to Europe’s largest online gambling operators.


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According to the KSA, Unibet allowed Dutch customers to gamble through the unbet.eu website between August and December 2018.
iDEAL Payments Again at the Center of Dutch Regulator’s Unibet Fine

Kindred Group appeals €470,000 fine as regulator ramps up fines ahead of market regulation.


TSG has reported further revenue decline in its legacy “international” business segment. Unfavorable currency fluctuations accounted for some of this decline, but on a constant currency basis the drop was still 7%.
The Stars Group’s International Business Continues to Struggle under Regulatory Pressures

While three “disrupted” markets are moving towards regulation, the situation in the other two is murkier.


GVC has been hit with a €350,000 fine from the Dutch online gambling regulator for offering real money gambling in the Netherlands.
Regulator Fines GVC for Targeting Dutch Customers with iDEAL Payments

€350,000 fine could delay operator’s entry into Dutch regulated market.


Operators that have “actively” targeted the Dutch market will face a “cooling off” period of two years.
iDEAL the Key Concern as Dutch Regulator Clarifies Cooling-Off Conditions

Two year “temporary leniency” will close in July 2021—so any operator who hopes to obtain a license must cease targeting Dutch customers immediately.


According to local media, the number of companies showing interest in the market is now 125. In December 2014, the KSA did exactly the same process--with 130 interested parties in the first two weeks.
Four and a Half Years On, Over 100 Operators are Still Interested in the Dutch Online Gambling Market

In something of a déjà vu for the industry, the KSA’s new “expression of interest” form once again sees some 125 companies dutifully fill it out.


The regulator has also opened an informal “I would like to be a license holder” form on its website.
Dutch Regulator Targets January 2021 Go-Live Date for Regulated Gambling Market

Application process still a year away with market opening six months after, says KSA Chairman René Jansen.


Sporting events went against the operator in its UK business, resulting in a 37% drop in revenue for that vertical.
TSG Q1 2019: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Adverse exchange rates, unfavorable win margins and continual problems in “disruptive” markets dampen the mood.


Swedish-based online gaming operator Betsson AB has welcomed the passage of the Remote Gambling Act by Dutch senators.
Betsson Welcomes Dutch Remote Gambling Act But Warns Over Cooling-Off Period

The Dutch Gambling Authority has previously levied a heavy fine on Betsson Group subsidiary for operating in the Dutch market without a local license.


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