“If it doesn’t leave the Netherlands, KSA will be fined.”

“If it doesn’t leave the Netherlands, KSA will be fined.”

The Dutch gambling watchdog, the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), has set its sights on an online gambling operator. Despite not holding a license, Gammix is currently offering gambling in the Netherlands.

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It is currently operating as an illegal operator despite the fact that the KSA never licensed it. The operator didn’t do enough to prevent Dutch players from accessing its websites. The authority concluded that it was partly targeting the local market, willingly or not. As a result, the company is at risk of hefty fines.

The gambling authority ordered the company to pull out of the market. Dutch citizens may be fined if they refuse to accept gambling from Gammix, according to the KSA.

After the regulators warning, the company might have to pay as much as 1.5 million dollars per week. If the company doesn’t pull out from the market, the fine could be as high as $4.5 million. The operator can try to appeal the decision.

There are four more websites that violate the Netherlands’ Gambling Act. According to the Kansspel autoriteit, those include crazeplay.com, dbosses.com, flamingcasino.com, and touchcasino.com.

The Dutch black market is very dangerous to the local gamblers. The KSA does not have the power to regulate offshore operators and make sure they play by the rules. It is not possible for the authority to make sure that the games are fair and that the operator will pay out winnings. Most black market operators don’t care enough to protect their customers from gambling harm.

Because of this, the gambling regulators in the Netherlands have been very interested in cracking down on unlicensed gambling. Since the re-regulation of the market in October of 2021, the KSA has done everything in its power to protect Dutch bettors from the dangers of unlicensed online gambling. The authority has been successful in reducing the impact of the black market. The regulator is strict but fair to its own licensees and is constantly checking if they play by the rules.


Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has issued a cease-and-desist order to Gammix Limited, an online gambling operator, asking it to pull out from the market. Gammix is currently offering gambling to gamblers in the Netherlands despite not holding a license. Gammix might have to pay as much as $1.5 million for each week it continues to operate after the regulator’s warning.