The Netherlands government has introduced a range of new consumer protection controls as it looks to shepherd the country's Gambling Act through the upper house of the Dutch legislature.

In a letter to the lower house of the country's parliament, the House of Representatives, Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker outlined a series of updates to the legislation.

These, Dekker said, were designed to ensure a high level of protection for Dutch consumers. The House of Representatives approved the Gaming Act in 2016, but the bill's progress stalled in the Senate.

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