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Delasport achieves GLI certification and enters the Dutch market

| By Zak Thomas-Akoo
International (GLI) for sports, casino and PAM in the Netherlands, adding yet another competitive market to its growing global reach.

Delasport has achieved the highly sought-after B2B certification from Gaming Laboratories

With the certification, Delasport has secured permission to offer its products and services to operators in the fast-expanding Dutch market.

The Dutch regulated igaming market is very much in its infancy when compared to other European countries, as regulation from the Dutch Gambling Authority (KSA) only came into effect in October 2021, signalling the beginning of a race for companies to establish their footholds in what is likely to be a highly competitive landscape.

By entering the Dutch market, Delasport will be able to deliver its sportsbook and casino product to partnership operators, which will include a complete betting coverage of 125+ sports, 100,000 pre-match and 70,000 monthly live events across 3,000+ markets. In the casino, players can expect a huge game portfolio of over 3,000 games from 70+ providers (including industry leaders) and personalisation features such as geolocation and personal favourites, all of which are integrated with intelligent gamification tools like multiplayer tournaments, missions, badges and more.

Commenting on the news, Delasport CEO, Oren Cohen Shwartz, said: “The Dutch market is poised to become one of the most competitive in Europe, and we are excited to be part of the pioneering wave of sports, casino and PAM suppliers. We are keen to play a major role in the shaping of the Dutch igaming landscape and look forward to partnering with new operators and helping our existing partners grow.”

This latest entry follows a number of new entrances by Delasport, which in the past year alone has entered the US market with GLI 19 and 33, as well as the Danish, Swedish, Maltese and Romanian markets.