Sportsbook supplier BtoBet, part of the Aspire Global Group, announced Thursday it has been given a license by the Dutch gaming authority, the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA).
BtoBet’s Neuron 3 sportsbook platform is now fully compliant with Dutch regulations and ready-to-market, allowing local operator partners to provide a tailored betting experience to their players through its technology.
In an official press release, Dima Reiderman, BtoBet’s COO, said:
“Receiving the Dutch supplier license offers significant growth opportunities for BtoBet, as we seek to bring first-class betting entertainment to players together with local operators.
This license, pending our entry in the Dutch market, will help to accelerate our foothold in the mature European market, as we continue to sustain our growth trajectory with a global market expansion strategy. Setting the basis for BtoBet’s entry to yet another regulated market highlights our commitment to strengthen our position as one of the leading sportsbook suppliers to the global industry”.
We are super excited to announce the achievement of yet another significant milestone!
BtoBet's Neuron 3 sportsbook platform has been granted a license by the #Dutch gaming authority, the @Ksa_Nederland
Read more: https://t.co/6enc92AnpT #Netherlands #iGaming #license pic.twitter.com/SVp1GRwbL7
— BtoBet (@BtoBet) January 27, 2022
Gaming in the Netherlands is regulated through the Remote Gambling Act in place since April last year. The first licensed operators were given market access since October 2021.
Earlier this week, BoyleSports and Aspire announced to partner for the sportsbook entrance to the Netherlands in the next months.
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