GGPoker, the online poker room operated by NSUS Malta, is now accepting players at full capacity in the Netherlands after a short soft launch period.
NSUS Malta was confirmed as one of 10 operators to secure a new online gambling licence in the Netherlands ahead of the launch of its regulated market on 1 October.
The GGPoker.nl site went live earlier this month on a limited basis, allowing for the operator to resolve any delays encountered by players during the soft launch.
Now that the account set up and funding processes have been streamlined, GGPoker has commenced a full launch, offering Dutch players unlimited access to its site.
“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,” GGPoker’s head of Europe Marco Trucco said.
“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.”
Bet365, UK-based bingo operator Tombola and Play North Ltd are among the other brands to have secured online gambling licences in the Netherlands, alongside Dutch land-based operator Holland Casino NV and state lottery Nederlandse Loterij with its TOTO Online betting brand
The Janshen Hahnraths Group with FPO Nederland, Italy-based Betent, Belgian brand Bingoal and sports media and betting business LiveScore Malta also secured licences.