Belgian 711 obtains the latest Ksa online casino license

The Dutch Gambling Regulator, Kansspelautoriteitcontinued its recent online gaming licensing spree, with Belgium-based digital gaming entity 711 being the latest to get the regulatory green light.

It is not yet known which domain will be operated by this latest licensee, which is based in Jabbeke in the Belgian province of West Flanders and is part of the same group as the online casino brand

This latest development has seen approval granted for igaming to go live across the Netherlands, on a five-year license valid from March 16, 2022 to March 15, 2027.

This eighteenth licensee follows last week’s show for Betwhich must proceed under the domain, and Novamedia Gaming.

The official launch of the Dutch online gaming environment on October 1, 2021 saw the Ksa award ten initial licenses, which gave the green light to the Everything online Mark of Dutch lottery; Dutch arcade band FPS Netherlands; Casino Holland; and NSUS Maltawho counts GGPoker as part of his stable.

Other entrants include Estonia play northoperator of Rocket Casino and Pikakasino brands, bingo operator Raffle, bet365; belgian brand bingoitaly betent; and Livescore Malta.

Subsequent nods of approval were offered to Spa Casino; JVH Games and entertainment Joi Gaming, Joi I and Joe II, and ZEbet & Gaming Netherlands.

Along with its latest license issuance, the regulator has also confirmed that since its central gaming exclusions registry began on the aforementioned date in October, more than 10,000 people have banned themselves from participating in online provider gambling. online, slot machines and Holland Casino for at least six months.

Last week, Raad Van State, the Council of State of the Netherlands, overturned a Ksa sanction from EA Games, which ruled that the loot boxes offered by its football game FIFA could be classified as gambling.

FIFA games had appealed against a previous judgment sanctioned by a Commercial Court of The Hague who sided with KSA’s original verdict that these loot boxes violated the country’s gambling laws.

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