KSA awards 22nd igaming licence

| By Marese O'Hagan
De Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), the regulator for the Netherlands, has awarded its 22nd online gambling licence to Holland Gaming Technology Ltd.
KSA Netherlands

Currently, it is not known which domain Holland Gaming Technology will operate under.

However, once this has been made known, the domain will be published in the Kansspelwijzer, the country’s online gaming catalogue.

Holland Gaming Technologies is registered in Malta. Its director is listed as being Eddy Hultermans, who is a director of imaging supplier Holland Power Gaming. Holland Power Gaming does not yet have any B2C operations, however.

Its parent company is Holland Home Entertainment Malta Ltd.

The KSA has granted several online gaming licences recently, all under the Netherlands’ remote gambling act (KOA), which came into force on 1 April 2021.

KOA had been delayed numerous times, having been initially scheduled to launch on 1 June 2020.

Yesterday, the KSA granted a licence to Smart Gaming BV. Last week, ComeOn Group subsidiary Tulipa Ent received a licence, through which it will operate the ComeOn brand in the Netherlands.

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