TonyBet Gets Dutch License

Online gaming brand TonyBet has been granted the 24th online gaming licence from Netherlands regulator Kansspelautoriteit, and can begin offering services in the country effective immediately.

TonyBet, a Betsson subsidiary, will be able to offer games for a period of five years, with the licence running through November 14th, 2027. The company hasn't publicly acknowledged what domains it will use in the country, but the company is now authorised to offer slots, table games, sportsbetting, and horse racing services in the country.

TonyBet is a Latvian company that's got certification to offer services through Malta, Spain, Canada, Estonia, and others. The announcement of the Dutch licence comes on the heels of TonyBet getting Latvian approval.

No statement from the company was made public at press time.

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