Holland Casino initially went live on 1 October when the country’s newly regulated market opened, but players were unable to access online gambling due to the technical issues with Cruks.
However, after Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) yesterday (5 October) confirmed that the problem had been rectified, Holland Casino was able to launch its offering and begin welcoming players.
Holland Casino customers can play a range of live dealer casino games, as well as slots and sports betting.
“Holland Casino has invested heavily in this offer because it sees digital transformation and innovation as essential for the future of the company,” the operator said.
The Holland Casino online gambling offering will be operated in partnership with payment technology business Nuvei Corporation.
This arrangement will see Nuvei provide custom solutions for player acquisition, verification, and payment provided via a single integration.
“Nuvei’s track record in supporting businesses in new and complex markets with regulatory considerations is unparalleled,” Holland Casino’s digital transformation director Jeroen Verkroost said. “Particularly important for us was their experience in the igaming sector with a nuanced understanding of fraud prevention and anti-money laundering capabilities.
Nuvei’s chair and chief executive Philip Fayer added: “The partnership also marks first entrance into online gaming in the Netherlands and we’re thrilled to be doing it with such an industry leading brand.
“The regulatory ecosystem is both complex and robust, and our team has the expertise, technical know-how, and experience to navigate it without compromising on the user experience for Holland Casino players.”