The Most Important Gaming in Holland Edition is Getting ClosePublished May 10, 2019 by Lee R
The Dutch market is regulating, and Gaming in Holland 2019 attendees will be the first to get a foothold.
In a big year for the region, Gaming in Holland is barely a month away, and this is a great time for stakeholders to get a closer look at the agenda for one of iGaming's most promising and long awaited markets to come in.
Taking place from June 5-6, 2019, Gaming in Holland this year will be addressing the realistic timeline and implementation of regulated gaming in the Dutch market.
Check the Agenda
The agenda is loaded with relevant content, including up-to-the-minute regulatory updates from both the Ministry of Justice and Security and the Netherlands Gambling Authority.
Key updates at gaming in Holland will address secondary legislation to the Remote Gaming Act such as the General Administrative Order (Algemene Maatregel van Bestuur) and Ministerial Decree (Ministeriële Regeling). These key updates will pass from consideration of the likelihood of regulation into secondary adaptation of regulation according to a timeline that accelerates the adaption process, so that now approved Dutch regulation can come into effect as son as possible.
The conference will also provide further vital details on the licensing process, with the licensing framework expected to be made public in time for in-depth discussion at the Gaming in Holland conference itself.
Day 2: Implementation
The June 6th morning sessions on the conference's second day will move beyond the regulation atmosphere into specific consideration of service delivery in a regulated environment with a focus on responsible gaming and B2B services. Day 2's afternoon session will move into consideration of how to build winning partnerships between the sports and betting market for the moment when the local regulated online betting market opens.
The full agenda is available at the Gaming In Holland website.
If advance notice for conference was ever appropriate, Gaming in Holland is the one that warrants it. The earlier stakeholders get apprised on how to enter the Dutch market, the greater will be the rewards when the market finally does open after so much anticipation, and with good reason in the high liquidity, higher tech innovation environment that the Netherlands represents.