Microgaming announces entry into the Dutch online gaming market

Microgaming announces entry into the Dutch online gaming market

Microgaming has rolled out its suite of real-money slots in the newly-launched Dutch market on October 1, with state-owned gaming operator Nederlandse Loterij and its casino brand Toto being the first to offer its products.

Microgaming gets Dutch market welcome

Microgaming’s latest expansion takes the group to the Netherlands, which launched its online gaming market last week.

Unsurprisingly, Nederlandse Loterij and Toto joined the first batch of operators that have secured the green light from KSA to operate in the jurisdictions. These brands, operating under the control of the Dutch government, have already taken Microgaming iGaming content live on its gaming platforms.  

The Isle of Man-based game development studio and supplier boasts a portfolio of over 200 exclusive titles comprised of new and legacy slots and a wide selection of progressive jackpot titles. Dutch customers now enjoy access to these games via Microgaming’s aggregation platform. 

Microgaming will also be rolling out content from its partner studios such as Inspired, Spearhead Studios, Oryx Gaming, Stakelogic, and soon Spinstars. It gives way for the Dutch gaming space debut of more than 60 slot titles from Microgaming’s affiliate studios. 

Kansspelautoriteit confirmed this week that it has just approved the application of 10 operators, including the pair of state-owned brands, FPO Netherlands, Holland Casino, and NSUS Malta – the operator of GG Casino suite.

Quotes from the Press Release

Julie Allison, director of markets at Microgaming, commented on their entry into the Dutch gaming market: “The move represents another significant step in Microgaming’s ongoing expansion into key regulated markets. 

“The Netherlands offers a wealth of opportunity for Microgaming and our customers, and we look forward to supporting their growth in the country for years to come. 

“With responsible gambling at the heart of all we do, we welcome the new legislation’s comprehensive and forward-thinking approach to player protection.”


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