It is news that has been greeted with particular enthusiasm by the director of NOGA (Netherlands Online Gambling Association), Peter-Paul de Goeij who stated: “We are delighted that Bayton has now joined the growing NOGA family.
“Bayton is the company behind a number of very well-known and popular online casinos, and with their expertise and input, NOGA can add even more international experience and contribute to the improvement of the Dutch market.”
Such sentiments were echoed by Gregory Bettridge, director of Bayton Ltd, who commented: “We are delighted to be joining NOGA as it offers the opportunity to have a say in the Dutch market and hopefully bring about a positive change in the perception of gambling.
“By collaborating with other well-known operators and having an open dialogue with the regulator, among others, we can improve responsible gaming systems and coordinate our efforts to better prevent fraud and money laundering.”
Netherlands benefiting from tighter regulation
Since the country cracked down on legislation in October, the Netherlands via NOGA has essentially eradicated illegal gambling in addition to making sure that companies who apply for a license have a number of safeguards in place.
It is now one of the most stringent countries for an operator to be granted a license, though Bayton joins the likes of Betway, Kindred Group, Flutter Entertainment and Entain in the Dutch market, while Bet365 was the only UK-based firm to receive a license in the first group of approvals.
Bayton has a number of different casino sites that players can enjoy, all differing in terms of what they offer to customers, such as a diverse portfolio of games from some of the most recognised software providers, wide-ranging offers and promotions, in addition to a number of other exciting new features.
With a strong support team operating from Malta, they also offer responsive customer service to players, each agent being particularly well-versed about the industry and their respective products.