Dutch problem gambling expert praises new system
April 3rd, 2007
A report on the ATE online website claims that a Dutch problem gambling expert has praised the nation’s responsible gaming policies, saying that the procedures could no longer be manipulated.
Under the scheme, all casino visitors will have to show either their national ID card or a passport to enter, and are automatically logged into a nationwide networked computer system that tracks visiting frequency.
Customers visiting the nationwide casinos more than 15 times a month on average are subject to an annual interview with trained casino staff, while customers aged between 18 and 23 would be interviewed if they go to casinos more than eight times a month.