Dutch Online Gambling Association joins All-In Diversity Project

| By Robert Fletcher
The Netherlands Online Gambling Association (NOGA) has signed up as a strategic partner of the All-in Diversity Project, an initiative aiming to benchmark diversity, equality and inclusion in the betting and gaming sectors.

As a partner of the project, the NOGA and its members will have access to information, webinars and training related to diversity, equality and inclusion.

The All-in Diversity Project also counts Entain, Microgaming, Caesar Entertainment, Betsson, IGT, Scientific Games, Flutter Entertainment, Gaming Innovation Group, Kindred Group and, more recently, Lottoland among its partners.

“We are delighted to be part of the international network of the All-In Diversity Project, representing the Netherlands and also furthering the important issues of inclusion and diversity in the gambling industry in the Netherlands,” NOGA managing director Peter-Paul de Goeij said.

“NOGA and its members are fully committed to All-In Diversity Project’s values and goals and we will actively propagate them with our colleagues, gambling companies, employees, stakeholders and Dutch government bodies.”

All-In Diversity Project co-founder Christina Thakor-Rankin added: “Having the support of NOGA for the All-in Diversity Project is another leap forward in ensuring that the community includes both established and emerging markets, and every aspect of the sector has a voice and place at the table. 

“Working in collaboration with associations such as NOGA means we can accelerate progress, share more information and offer better tools to the businesses located in the Netherlands.”

The Netherlands is due to launch legal online gambling on 1 October, after the country’s Remote Gambling Act (KOA) came into effect on 1 April this year. 

The Remote Gambling Act was originally supposed to come into effect on 1 July last year, was delayed three times.

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