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Setting Up a Casino in the Netherlands

Updated on Thursday 14th April 2016

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Setting-Up-a-Casino-in-the-NetherlandsGambling is very popular in the Netherlands, Amsterdam being the country’s center of casino activities. Holland Casino which is currently the greatest gambling facility is owned by the State, but foreign operators have started to be encouraged to open casinos in the Netherlands. Gambling has been legal in the Netherlands since 1975 and currently the Government is considering distributing more gaming licenses to international casino operators. The main legislation regarding conducting gambling activities in the Netherlands is the Gaming Act which has undergone significant change. In order to set up a casino in the Netherlands one must obtain a gaming license with the Gaming Authority.

Licensing requirements for Dutch casino operators

The gambling commission within the Gaming Authority may, in principle, issue an unlimited number of licenses for casino operators in the Netherlands. In order to obtain a casino license, an operator must comply with all the legal requirements as established by the Gaming Act. As a signatory member of the Treaty on the Functioning European Union (TFEU), the Gaming Authority may issue a Dutch casino license to any local and foreign company as long as they are incorporated as a public or private company.  The Dutch company holding the casino license will be required to provide information and to appoint one or more officers to be in charge with the internal monitoring and compliance regulations. The estimative costs for obtaining an individual casino license were established between 45 and 50,000 euros. The casino will also be required to set up a responsible gambling fund which will be used to resolving issues pertaining to the remote gambling sector.

The gaming tax in the Netherlands

The tax rate for Dutch companies operating casinos was established at 20% and is currently pending approval from the EU Commission. If the proposal is rejected, the Dutch Gaming Authority will probably set a 29% gaming tax. Also, according to the Betting and Gaming Tax Act, prizes below 454 euros will be exempt from taxation in the Netherlands.

Dutch online gambling companies will be subject to 20% tax rate, but an additional 0.5% of the revenue will go to the responsible gambling fund and 1.5% to the Gaming Authority.

For complete details about setting up a casino and registration fees, please contact our company incorporation agents in the Netherlands.

 

 

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