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GGPoker Awarded License And Opens To Dutch Market

Written By: Maya Michaels | October 25, 2021 | Posted In Poker News

http://surveybase.co.uk/project/beatties-department-store-birmingham GGPoker has confirmed that the poker room received an online gaming license from the Dutch regulator (KSA) on October 1 and, after a soft launch period, is now accepting players at full capacity in the Netherlands.

http://jasonwebertherapy.com/exterior/office-inspirations/ Any delays encountered by new GGPoker.nl players during the soft launch period have now been resolved, and the account set up and funding processes have been streamlined wherever possible.

http://heirloomflowersandballoons.co.uk/product/double-bubble GGPoker is among the very first global operators to receive a Dutch license. The local site ggpoker.nl allows Dutch players to enjoy the best poker software and the most exciting tournaments and cash game action.

http://howardneildiscotheques.co.uk/wxia/data-hk-4d-ambarita.html The Dutch-licensed operation of GGPoker also offers the Responsible Gaming and other safer gambling features required by local regulation, ensuring each player’s peace of mind and control over their gambling activity.

“The online poker landscape has changed a lot since the closure of the Dutch market, several years ago. Arguably, the biggest difference is that GGPoker is now the largest poker site in the world and the place where everyone loves to play. We’re really excited to welcome Dutch players to GGPoker to compete for the most prestigious poker achievements or just to have some fun at the tables” said Marco Trucco, Head of Europe at GGPoker.

GGPoker has also previously launched its Road to WSOP Europe, satellites to the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, on October 17.

The WSOP Europe Main Event is a €10,350 buy-in poker tournament, running December 3 through 8 in King’s Casino, Rozvadov, Czechia. The prestigious event boasts €5,000,000 in guaranteed cash prizes. Road to WSOP Europe satellite buy-ins range from €25 to €1000, with dozens of exclusive satellites running each day.

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