The Dutch Game Authority Betchan Fine For 500 thousand euros due to illegal games offer. This is what happened in recent weeks in Netherlands, where the gambling control body, The Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), fined the Maltese operator N1 Interactive Ltd for a figure of 500,000 eurosnull This is because the dealer had allowed the Dutch players to play d’Azzardo, through the Betchan site, despite not having the regular authorization to do it. For illegally offering gambling to Dutch players through his Betchan website.
The Dutch Game Authority Betchan Fine for 500 thousand euros Because he had not indicated on his website that Holland was one of these countries in which to gambling was illegalnull But not only that, given that the site had also prepared an offer dedicated precisely to the players of the Netherlands. To prove it would be the fact that Betchan had created one promotion which provided for the insertion of the bonus code "Amsterdam”.
Measures against N1 Interactive for illegal offer
The fine imposed on N1 Interactive by the Dutch game authority, and consequently to Betchan, is also higher than what usually happens. This is because, in addition to not having indicated that the game in that country was illegal, there was no age verificationnull It is therefore possible that even minors may have played on the platform without any preventive control.
The Dutch game authority
KSAFurthermore, he clarified that in addition to the fine of 500 thousand euros inflicted by the Dutch game authority for illegal games offer, Betchan's website is now unreachable for Dutch players.
“All conditions aim to ensure that there will soon be a safe legal offer, according to which players are guaranteed a loyal game and are protected by the dependence on the game": These are the words of René Jansen, president of Ksa.
In the meantime, the body predisposed to control over everything related to gambling in Holland has done know that you are close to the closure of two illegal lotteriesnull In fact, these had been managed and organized through social media, in an obviously not regular way.
In a public declaration, KSA said it was contrary to this type of lotterie, as no supervision is possible. And the body must ensure that players who participate in gambling can do it safely.