Ksa starts research into websites that lure problem gamblers

The Gaming Authority (Ksa) is starting an investigation into websites that promote illegal online games of chance and focus on extra vulnerable people.

When tracing illegal gambling offers, the Ksa came across so-called affiliate websites. They get paid if they provide web traffic to illegal gambling websites. Those ‘affiliates’ use domain names such as ‘casinowithoutcruks’ and ‘casinowithoutlicense’.

Cruks stands for Central Register Exclusion Games of Chance. This is the register that legal games of chance providers must consult before admitting a player. People are registered in Cruks who are excluded from participation due to addiction problems. They usually did that themselves.

The Ksa thinks it’s extra bad that these affiliates focus on problem players. In addition to offering games of chance without a licence, promoting illegal offerings is also prohibited.


Source: Nieuws – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.

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