Bayton welcomed to Dutch market by NOGA

Bayton welcomed to Dutch market by NOGA

Since legitimately launching online gambling and sports betting at the beginning of October, the Dutch market has gone from strength to strength, so much so, that NOGA (Netherlands Online Gaming Association) has added online casino operator Bayton to its list of approved operators.


So stringent is the legislation that has been put in place by NOGA, that only 10 initial operators were granted access to the market, to begin with, and as a result, Bayton joins Flutter Entertainment, Entain, Bet365 and a number of others that are on offer to the public.


The response to the regulation of the Dutch market has been somewhat cooperative from all parties - NOGA has effectively turned the Netherlands into one of the strictest and most regulated countries in Europe.

Wide portfolio on offer for customers

Online gambling residents in the Netherlands will be able to make the most of a wide range of products via the sites that Bayton Gaming owns, with the Malta-based group having a substantial history in the industry.


What is a particular standout feature for some of the sites that Bayton owns, is that these are known to offer three deposit matched welcome bonuses to players, which means that they are able to get the maximum value out of their online casino experience.


This is quite rare in the online gambling industry, especially with mainstream operators and as a result, there could be a significant amount of interest from players who are attracted by what they have to offer.


Boasting a wealth of casino games and slot titles from some of the industry’s most well regarded software providers, it means that customers will have a lot of choice when it comes to their online gambling experience.


The fact that the company is based in Malta as well, means that it is well connected to most of the major software companies, who can be on hand to provide necessary improvements to their site on an ongoing basis, to make sure that customers expectations in the Dutch market are consistently up to standard.

Crackdown on advertising for online gambling firms

One of the big changes that came about following the regulation of the online gambling industry in the Netherlands, was a considerable change in advertising legislation. It meant that companies had to adhere to strict legislation that was in place in order to safeguard customers - particularly those considered to be most vulnerable.


As a result, every operator in the country has to make sure that their promotions and offers are presented in a way that does not cause any harm to vulnerable people and are as clear as possible.


For Bayton, considering its standing in the industry, as well as the backing of the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority), behind it, there is no reason at all why the company should not be a success in the Dutch market.