KSA warns of lack of age controls for minors iGaming Business · June 28, 2020 at 7:37 pm Dutch gambling regulator the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has warned that age verification controls are not being properly enforced, with a new survey claiming that more than 10% of those aged 16 to 17 have gambled in the past year. The survey saw the KSA poll three distinct age groups on their gambling behaviour: 16-17 year-olds; 18-23 year-olds and 24-30 year-olds. Of the 16-17 age group, the KSA found that 11% of respondents had played scratchcards, making them the most popular game amongst minors. While this suggested a slight rise from a 2016 survey, in which 10% said they gambled with scratchcards, the KSA warned against direct comparisons. It explained that these surveys were conducted using different measures, meaning an increase of more than five percentage points would be more indicative of growth.