Dutch lawmakers insist on the introduction of restrictions on advertising


Debate in the House of Representatives of the Dutch Parliament deputies testified commitment to limit advertising of gambling in the country. Innovation involves its ban on television in the afternoon and evening hours.

 Initially it was assumed that the prohibition of gambling advertising will be introduced to the morning and the afternoon – from 6:00 to 19:00. However, at the plenary session, which was held on December 17, it was decided to ban the use, by analogy with the advertising of alcoholic beverages. Thus, it was approved by the ban, which applies to the broadcasting of gambling advertising from 6:00 to 21:00.

 In addition, MPs like the idea of ​​banning the issuance of licenses to operators, who for two years prior to the date of filing continued to provide services to the Dutch unauthorized users. The idea belongs to the gambling regulator of the country.

 Lawmakers also urged the government to cooperate with the country’s gambling regulator for differentiation of gambling and last elements in computer games.

 June 20, 2018 KSA has banned the use of lutboksov. As a result, developers of popular games such https://getcasinoslots.com/free-online-slots/golden-sphinx-online-slot/ as the FIFA series from Electronic Arts, have been forced to bring their own content in accordance with the legislative requirements of the jurisdiction.

 At the same time limiting gambling advertising by analogy with the marketing of tobacco products industry was rejected, as the call to raise the minimum age for participation in gambling.

 A number of initiatives that have come from the major Dutch sports associations, has not been considered and voted on in plenary.

 Recall that according to research, to the emergence of gambling addiction are more inclined to the Dutch, who prefer slot machines.

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