Casumo Group has announced a discontinuation of services in the Netherlands, following the Gambling Authority’s Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) budgets and recent changes.
Earlier this year, KSA announced that it had received 28 applicant requests from workers for an opportunity to request a gamble in a newly-arranged market. To obtain such a license, all promising companies paid €48,000 ($58,000).
From 1 October 2021, only 10 companies are legally permitted to operate in the Novo gaming market in the Netherlands. From this time, the Casumo Group will no longer be available to its Dutch players.
Some illegal games run a lot, with limited inflation, for which KSA has already requested Malta-based operator Tipico to illegally provide online gaming websites.
KSA has announced that only workers who meet the license requirements and conditions will be granted. Organizations are rated by many factors, including but not limited to their activities of reducing careless and dangerous forms of gambling, preventing gambling addicting and adhering to healthy gaming for their clients.
Rene Jansen, KSA Board President, said: “The aim of the law is to send players from illegal providers to legally certified providers.
While Casumo Group intends to further increase its brand in local markets, its decision to discontinue access comes after the unveiling to comply with the laws of the Netherlands. This partnership will focus on continuing to take steps in preparation for its full license – to enable access to legal action by 2022.