711 Becomes 18th Licensee for Dutch iGaming Market

711, a Belgium-based digital gaming operator, has become the latest iGaming entity to be awarded a license by Kansspelautoriteit, the Dutch gambling regulator.

Through the license, 711 would be able to offer online gambling services to the jurisdiction’s residents legally. However, it is not certain the casino site the operator will use to run its iGaming business in the Netherlands.

Like other licenses, 711’s license would last for five years, from March 16, 2022, to March 15, 2027.

The Dutch online gambling market launched in October 2021 with ten approved operators, including FPO Netherlands, Holland Casino, Toto Online, NSUS Malta, Play North, Tombola, bet365, BetEnt, LiveScore, and Bingo.

Over several months, online gaming businesses like Casino de Spa, JVH Gaming’s JOI I, JOI II, ZEbetting and Gaming Netherlands, Betca, and Novamedia Gaming have been given licenses by the Dutch regulator. 711 would be the 18th online gaming business to get approval to operate in the Netherlands iGaming market.

In other news, the Dutch regulator has also announced in its latest press release that over 10,000 people have self-excluded from playing games of chance online, slot machine arcades, and Holland Casino for a minimum of six months ever since it started its Central Register of Exclusion of Gaming.

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