The launch of online gambling providers has now been delayed until April 1, 2021. Operators have received new requirements to place a certain license mark on their websites. Such an amendment was made in the KOA act – the law on remote gambling. Initially, the launch of online casino licensing was scheduled for January 2020, but due to the identified inaccuracies, the law was sent for revision. And so for various reasons, the dates were postponed several times due to changes in the technical requirements for operators and due to additional IMF requirements. Now, each licensed operator is required to display the regulator’s sign – V ergunninghouder KSA – on their websites and mobile applications. This mark should be a link to the licensing site Kansspelautoriteit with information about the new terms and conditions of licensing, according to KOA laws. Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) reported that in the absence of new requirements or additional amendments from the authorities, official online gambling will begin on October 1, 2021. Recall that the first steps towards licensing illegal operators were made by the Netherlands back in September 2018 – the authorities began to consider changes in the legislation on online gambling.