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first_img Kansspelautoriteit chiefs tell politicians to get delayed online gaming bill passed Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address Outgoing Dutch regulators’ fury at online gaming deadlock Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Legal & compliance The outgoing heads of the Netherlands’ gambling regulator have taken a parting shot at politicians who have failed to pass gambling regulations during their six years in office.Chairman Jan Suyver (pictured left) and vice-chairman Henk Kesler (right) left Kansspelautoriteit last week, replaced by René Jansen and Bernadette van Buchem. Suyver and Kesler arrived at the regulator in 2012 on the understanding that the Remote Gaming Bill would soon be passed and that their task would be to oversee a regulated market and combat illegal supply.Six years later and the legislation remains in limbo in the Senate, while it is estimated that one million Dutch citizens are regularly using unregulated, unlicensed websites.After leaving their posts last week – shortly after Joop Pot replaced Marja Appelman as CEO – Suyver and Kesler have gone public with their frustrations, and the publishing of an interview with them on Kansspelautoriteit’s website suggests the regulatory body itself will not stay quiet about the impasse.“Unfortunately, we were not allowed to do what we wanted to do,” Kesler said. “For that reason I do not look back with great satisfaction.“A nice organisation has been set up, but politics has not delivered what we were promised at the start of the Gaming Authority: a toolbox to steer online gambling on a regulated market.“I’ve become pretty cranky now and again. There is a lot of complaining in the Lower House, but they should get along with the necessary legislation.”Kesler believes more government resources could have been directed towards the passage of the act, explaining that progress was sometimes stymied by the slow response to parliamentary questions. However, he is optimistic that the government will pursue the implementation of the legislation as it was mentioned in the coalition agreement.Suyver said politicians must forget their ideological or moral opposition to gambling, accept that people will do it legally or illegally and look to create a framework that protects them – following the lead of countries such as Denmark and Sweden.Suyver said: “The consumer simply has the right to be protected. I always say: even though you are against gambling, that cannot be a reason not to arrange it. Rather, on the contrary, I would say.”Speaking earlier this year about the appointment of Jansen and Van Buchem, the regulator said in a statement: “The Gaming Authority sees Jansen and van Buchem as the right people to continue the course taken by the Kansspelautoriteit and to lead the organisation through the planned modernisation of the gaming policy.”While the lower house of the Dutch parliament approved the Remote Gaming Bill in 2016, it is still awaiting Senate approval.In June, the country’s coalition government stated its intention to push ahead with the process, with the aim of introducing new regulations by 2020. 9th October 2018 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Europe Western Europe Netherlandslast_img

first_imgAll you need to know about the opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup Follow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features.Also make sure you know about the Groups, Warm-ups, Dates, Fixtures, Venues, TV Coverage, Qualified Teams by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Japan will need to improve ahead of their next match against Ireland. When the slick handling comes off they look dangerous, particularly given their speed, but there were too many errors in this game and they lacked composure under high balls and restarts – something Ireland will surely have noted.Related: Rugby World Cup TV CoverageStar manFor Russia, Tagir Gadzhiev was a real menace in attack and defence, while Vladimir Ostroushko showed decent touches in midfield. The Japan back row – Michael Leitch, Pieter Labuschagne and Kazuki Himeno – got through a lot of work but in a performance littered with errors, it has to be Kotaro Matsushima. The winger was clinical when given opportunities, used his pace to good effect and became the first Japan player to score a hat-trick at a Rugby World Cup. Job done!Full house: Most of the crowd in Tokyo were bedecked in Japan’s red and white (Getty Images)The reactionJapan wing Kotaro Matsushima: “It is my first three tries as a Japanese player. We were able to connect with each other and the roar of the fans became our driving force.”Russia captain Vasily Artemyev: “Everyone could see we were playing at the same intensity as Japan. We were pushing them to the edges and we were getting some dividends. Maybe we could have scored a couple more penalties if we went for it but we chose to apply the pressure through our set-piece, but unfortunately, we didn’t get the result we wanted.”The TeamsJapan: William Tupou (Ryohei Yamanaka 70); Kotaro Matsushima, Timothy Lafaele, Ryoto Nakamura, Lomano Lava Lemeki; Yu Tamura (Rikiya Matsuda 67), Yutaka Nagare (Fumiaki Tanaka 61); Keita Inagaki (Isileli Nakajima 55), Shota Horie (Atsushi Sakate 75), Asaeli Ai Valu (Jiwon Koo 55), Wimpie van der Walt (Luke Thompson 61), James Moore, Michael Leitch (captain, Hendrik Tui 70), Pieter Labuschagne, Kazuki Himeno.Tries: Matsushima 12, 39, 69, Labuschagne 47. Cons: Tamura, Matsuda. Pens: Tamura 2.Russia: Vasily Artemyev (captain); German Davydov, Vladimir Ostroushko, Dmitry Gerasimov (Vladislav Sozonov 67), Kirill Golosnitskiy; Yuri Kushnarev (Ramil Gaisin 66), Vasily Dorofeev (Dmitry Perov 33-40); Valery Morozov (Andrei Polivalov 66), Stanislav Selskii (Evgeny Matveev 66), Kirill Gotovtsev (Azamat Bitiev 67), Andrey Ostrikov, Bogdan Fedotko (Andrey Garbuzov 61), Vitaly Zhivatov (Anton Sychev 66), Tagir Gadzhiev, Nikita Vavilin.Try: Golosnitskiy 5. Con: Kushnarev. Pen: Kushnarev. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Japan Stage set: The Japan and Russia teams line up in Tokyo before kick-off (Getty Images) 2019 Rugby World Cup: Japan 30-10 RussiaHead-to-headPlayed – 7Japan wins – 6Russia wins – 1Did You Know?Kirill Golosnitskiy’s fifth-minute try is the fastest ever in an opening Rugby World Cup match. It’s also only the second time – after 1987 – that a try has delivered the first points rather than a penalty goal.Quick off the mark: Kirill Golosnitskiy scores the opening try of RWC 2019 (Getty Images)Related: Rugby World Cup FixturesIn a nutshellIt was hardly a cracker to kick off Japan 2019 – long stoppages, numerous errors, little flow – but the hosts will be pleased to have got the win, 30-10, and the try bonus point.Related: World Cup bonus points explainedThe nerves were evident in the first few minutes for Japan, so much so that they gifted Russia a try. William Tupou failed to take a high ball in the 22 and it bounced into the grateful arms of Kirill Golosnitskiy, who ran over for a simple early score.The tournament hosts led 12-7 by half-time; Kotaro Matsushima was the beneficiary of impressive offloading from his centres to cross twice (well, three times actually but one was rightly ruled out by the TMO for a knock-on).Dive time: Japan wing Kotaro Matsushima goes over for a try against Russia (Getty Images)Back-row Pieter Labuschagne gave his side some breathing room early in the second half as he ripped the ball in the tackle and broke clear for a try.Russia captain Vasily Artemyev then played a part in Japan’s bonus-point try in the 69th minute. Collecting a kick near his touchline in the 22, he kicked it infield where Japan had numbers and were able to spread the ball wide, with Matsushima on hand to get his hat-trick.You can watch Japan’s first try here…last_img

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