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TonyBet prepares for Netherlands launch

TonyBet prepares for Netherlands launch

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iGaming operator TonyBet has received a license from the Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) and can start operating in the Netherlands. The global operator now is preparing to launch next year.

TonyBet will enter the Dutch market with a modern gambling platform tonybet.nl. Powered by the SoftLabs gaming platform, Tonybet will offer Dutch players fast performance, new design and wide selection of games.

TonyBet offers sports betting services and an online casino and is based in the Netherlands with a local office in Utrecht. Next year, almost all products allowed in the Netherlands will be presented. Meanwhile, TonyBet will pay special attention to the football offers and various entertainment activities, such as the local football league.

Jesse Pas, Country Manager of TonyBet in the Netherlands, says: “Adding the Dutch license to our growing portfolio of local licenses was an important objective and we are very proud to have achieved it.

“Although the competition is very high, but still young, in the Netherlands, we are sure there is room for a strong local player with a distinctive approach. We want to accomplish this by not only putting the focal point on the product, but also on what can our brand add to the total gambling experience, online and offline.”

TonyBet aims to become the world’s leading provider of quality sports betting and iGaming entertainment and has already obtained online gaming licenses in several countries: Spain, Portugal, the UK, Ireland, Canada, Latvia, Estonia and Malta.

The company’s CEO, Victor Troitsin, adds: “TonyBet’s development has been focused on Canada, Spain, Portugal, UK and Baltic States and we are very excited to enter the promising Dutch market. We are committed to providing players in the Netherlands with safe, secure, innovative and exciting online gaming. We will adopt and implement our 12 years of international experience and best practice.”