BtoBet Sets Basis for Dutch Market Entry After Obtaining Local Certification

Dutch Market

Leading sportsbook supplier BtoBet, an Aspire Global Group company, has gained the Dutch certification for its sportsbook platform, a significant milestone which provides the company with the opportunity to enter one of the Europe’s most appealing iGaming markets.


This means that BtoBet’s Neuron 3 sportsbook platform is fully compliant with Dutch regulations and thus ready-to-market, allowing local operator partners to provide a tailored betting experience to their players through cutting-edge technology.


Dima Reiderman, BtoBet’s Chief Operating Officer, said: “Receiving certification for the Dutch market offers significant growth opportunities for BtoBet, as we seek to bring first-class betting entertainment to players together with local operators. This certification, pending our entry in the Dutch market, will help to accelerate our foothold in the mature European market, as we continue to sustain our growth trajectory with a global market expansion strategy. Setting the basis for BtoBet’s entry to yet another regulated market highlights our commitment to strengthen our position as one of the leading sportsbook suppliers to the global industry.”


Gambling in the Netherlands is legalised and regulated by virtue of the Remote Gambling Act. Originally, the Act was set to be enacted on the 1st of July 2020, however, it was officially enacted on the 1st of April 2020 allowing for market opening to take place on the 1st of October, six months thereafter.


In the months preceding the market’s regulation BtoBet launched an Industry Report outlining the Dutch opportunity. The Dutch Betting Focus analyses the the size of the online gambling market; growth forecasts; landbased vs online data; player preferences and engagement; impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the market, and demographic and technological accessibility overview. Download the Report for a deeper insight.


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