Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) will begin live testing of CRUKS, Dutch gambling’s national self-exclusion scheme, this week. CRUKS is the KSA managed and controlled self-exclusion scheme tasked with maintaining a centralised database that will impede vulnerable gamblers from registering and playing at land-based venues or licensed online gambling operators.
Ahead of launching the Netherlands licensing window on 1 March 2021, KSA has warned online gambling operators that they must be fully aware of their conditions in referring players to the CRUKS system.
Ahead of the Dutch online gambling’s regulated market launch on 1 September 2021, licensed operators must ensure that they integrated directly with CRUKS and further tested its referral scheme as pre-conditions set by the new “Remote Gambling Act” (KOA Act).
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