The Dutch Gambling Authority has issued a €19.6m fine – its biggest-ever enforcement action – on Gammix, which it said was still offering online casino games without a licence.


Kansspelautoriteit has issued the biggest fine in its history after previously issuing a €4m penalty to the company.

The KSA said Gammix’s and sites were previously identified as illegal offerings in the first enforcement action – and were spotted again in the second violation.

The new fine, it said, incorporated other sites offering games of chance without a licence including and

KSA chairman René Jansen said: “Dutch players must be protected: that is why we are cracking down on illegal offers. We see that illegal providers often pay little attention to the player and do not adhere to a duty of care.

“We also see this with this provider: there was no clear age verification. That is extremely harmful. We will therefore continue to take sanctions, even if providers repeatedly make mistakes.”

The regulator said the lack of age verification and the possibility of ‘autoplay’ and ‘turboplay’ modes were the key reasons for its biggest ever fine, as well as “other unreasonable conditions.”