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Latest News from Amsterdam: Gaming in Holland Monitor and Ministry of Justice Q&A at the GiH Conference – coming up in 7 days from now

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Join us at the GiH Conference to Gain Instant Market Insights with the Gaming in Holland Monitor

latest-news-from-amsterdam-gaming-in-holland-monitor-and-ministry-of-justice-qa-at-the-gih-conference-coming-up-in-7-days-from-nowAs the Dutch regulated online market is expected to open January 1, 2021, a large number of new market entrants is preparing to make a splash.

But what does the current landscape look like? Who are the current leaders in the Dutch gambling market? Which online operators have already gained a foothold? What are Dutch consumers’ attitudes toward gambling?

Gain instant market insights at the upcoming GiH Conference when the results of the very first Gaming in Holland Monitor are revealed.

The Gaming in Holland Monitor, developed in cooperation with Sherloq Market Research & Insights, is the largest and most comprehensive brand monitor about online gambling in the Netherlands. It allows participating operators to track the position of their brand within a changing competitive field.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be as prepared as possible ahead of the opening of the regulated online market and register for next week’s Gaming in Holland Conference.

Update + Q&A with the Ministry of Justice and Security at the GiH Conference

Mr Dennis van Breemen, who is responsible for overseeing gambling policy reform at the Ministry of Justice and Security, will give a presentation on the new remote gaming regulations at the upcoming Gaming in Holland Conference, after which he will be available to answer audience questions.

If you have questions on permitted product offerings, marketing, or responsible gambling and duty of care, this session will provide more clarity on what will be allowed when the regulated remote market officially opens.

Don’t forget: the GiH Conference kicks off next week. Book your tickets now!

The full conference agenda is available here.

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