Media Giants In Online Gaming Jv For Dutch Market

MEDIA GIANTS IN ONLINE GAMING JV FOR DUTCH MARKET

10th February, 2014 at 07:14:45
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Preparing for anticipated legislatory and regulatory changes

Endemol Nederland and TMG Landelijke Media (TMG) have entered into an online gaming joint venture for the Dutch Market in anticipation of amendments to regulatory and legislative requirements expected in 2015 (see previous reports).

The J.V. will start with the immediate development of new online bingo concepts, of which the introduction and operation will be supported through the use of print, online, mobile, television and events media.

Laurens Drillich, managing director of Endemol Netherlands Media Group said: "The online gaming market offers many opportunities for media companies such as Endemol and TMG. By joining forces, we are in a better position to build our business. Besides creative and production expertise, our company also brings the knowledge and experience of a global network."

"With our strong position, reach and developing power, both TMG and Endemol will be in a good position to launch creative games in future," added Frank Volmer, managing director and publisher of TMG Landelijke Media.

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