Centrum voor Verantwoord Spelen Partners with Gamban  

Assisting Their Efforts in Equipping Dutch Licenced Operators with the Necessary Tools to Help Their Players
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The Netherlands officially opened its regulated online gambling market in October last year, clearing the way for players in the country to place legal sports bets and play online casino games over the internet.

Since October, the Dutch market has continued to grow, as we now witness multiple new entrants to the marketplace. The KSA’s firm, no-nonsense approach to bad actors in their newly regulated market, has been eye-catching, especially when it comes to safer gambling and consumer protection.

The Center of Responsible Gaming in Holland aim to deliver an impactful contribution to a safe and attractive gambling offering in the Netherlands by working with licenced Dutch operators. This is achieved by developing materials to help inform the player about safe and responsible play as well as creating awareness around the necessary tools and various forms of treatment available to anyone who falls into harms way, and helping operators navigate safer gambling policies.

We are very happy to announce our affiliation with Centrum voor Verantwoord Spelen to help supplement their efforts in equipping Dutch licenced operators with the necessary tools to help them should their players become harmed by gambling.

Gamban helps to protect people by blocking access to gambling sites and apps worldwide. Should people need to exclude themselves from any licensed or unlicenced presence, regardless of their jurisdiction, Gamban’s block works at device level. We look forward to assisting those within the Dutch population who are harmed by gambling.

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