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ComeOn receives Dutch licence

| By Marese O'Hagan
The ComeOn Group has become the latest operator to receive a licence from the the Netherlands' gambling regulator, Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), and will launch its flagship ComeOn brand in the country.

It is the twentieth operator to receive a licence from the KSA.

The licence was granted to ComeOn subsidiary Tulipa Ent under the Netherlands’ remote gambling act (KOA), which came into force on 1 April 2021 after numerous delays.

The KSA said that it was unaware of the domain Tulipa Ent Limited would operate under, but added that it would be published in the country’s gambling guide – the Kansspelwijzer – once this is known.

According to Tulipa Ent Limited’s company registration, the operator is registered in Malta.

On 14 September, ComeOn announced that its flagship ComeOn brand would launch in the Netherlands after it had received a licence from the KSA.

“There has been a lot of hard work and preparation leading up to this,’’ said Efi Peleg, chief marketing officer at ComeOn. “We are all excited to see the launch of our flagship brand into this promising regulated market.’’

Operating under the domain ComeOn.nl, the launch will occur as a collaboration with Bragg Gaming Group.

Bragg will supply its player account management platform, from its Oryx gaming division, to ComeOn for the launch.

“We are pleased to partner and collaborate in the launch of another strong brand in the Dutch market where we have already achieved such strong early success,’’ said Chris Looney, chief commercial officer at Bragg Gaming Group. “This expansion is further testimony to the quality of our full turnkey product and services offering.’’

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