The Netherlands' gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit has announced that they've taken action against a number of gaming operators for various rule and regulations breaches.
The KSA cracked down on two companies that were allowing bets on the number of yellow cards in football matches, which isn't allowed in the country due to match-fixing concerns. A third operator was warned for using role models to promote gambling in an ad that featured prominent Dutch citizens, along with the company's logo.
Another gambling company was issued a warning for offering an illegal game that had a top prize of €2.5 million. The company does have a licence to offer games in the Netherlands, but not for the game that they were offering.
No fines for operators involved were issued, but warnings were given. If future infractions occur, it's possible that financial penalties could be a possibility.