March 5, 2024 2 min read


BetComply Launches ComplyCheck – A New Self-Assessment Tool

The launch of this self-assessment tool comes ahead of a planned tightened regulatory supervision

BetComply, a technical and regulatory compliance firm, has launched a new self-assessment/audit hybrid in the Netherlands. The new tool is called ComplyCheck and is designed to help the company’s Dutch clients navigate the increasingly complex regulatory landscape.

Powered by SG Certified, ComplyCheck begins the assessment with a set of simple questions. Once they fill in the answers and substantiate evidence, companies can submit their responses to BetComply’s team.

The regulatory firm would then analyze its clients’ answers and determine whether they are presently compliant and whether they will be compliant with the new guidance that is currently being discussed.

The launch of this self-assessment tool comes ahead of a planned tightened regulatory supervision. The Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), the Dutch gambling authority, recently reminded online casino operators of the rules they should follow, warning them that increased supervision awaits in 2024.

As a result, gambling companies must be proactive when it comes to compliance and actively seek to protect customers from gambling harm.

ComplyCheck Is Cost-Effective

Mike de Graaff, BetComply’s chief compliance officer, addressed the launch of ComplyCheck, saying that it would save its clients a lot of money. The tool will provide Dutch licensees with an inexpensive way to evaluate their own compliance and, if needed, make improvements instead of risking fines.

With ComplyCheck, we take the guesswork out of meeting compliance requirements in an efficient and cost-saving manner that works with the daily operations of your business.

Mike de Graaff, chief compliance officer, BetComply

BetComply launched in 2023 and has quickly proven its ability to help operators meet the requirements of the Dutch gambling sector. De Graaff himself is a reputable industry expert who has a profound understanding of the gambling sector as a whole.

In December, GamblingNews discussed the Dutch gambling sector with Mike de Graaff and Pretty Technical’s director of operations, Thomas Squirrel. The two men addressed the KSA’s strict data requirements and the difficulties many licensed operators still face.


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