Holland Casino reopens after Covid-19-enforced closure iGaming Business · July 2, 2020 at 7:11 am Holland Casino has reopened all 14 of its facilities today (1 July) after closures forced by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Slot arcades in the country are also permitted to open as of today. The venues had been closed since mid-March and were initially only scheduled to reopen on 1 September. However, after the delayed reopening was criticised by both the operator and national gambling industry trade association VAN Kansspelen, Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Health Minister Hugo de Jonge announced the reopening date would be brought forward to 1 July. “We are very happy that we are open again and that we can fulfill our social task,” Holland Casino chief executive Erwin van Lambaart said. “As of today, our valued guests can safely and responsibly enjoy our hospitality and our exciting range of games.