Since 2013 ms. Nardy Cramm publishes and blogs about the Dutch offshore gambling network on Knipselkrant Curaçao (KKC), the largest Dutch independent online news & freedom of speech platforum and archive in the Caribbean & Latin America. Also, she cooperates with well respected international media like New York Times, PBS (Frontline) and the BBC.

Futhermore, as a publicist and blogger ms. Cramm assists eminent international media in investigative journalist productions and research, regarding the ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network’, becoming a frontrunner and expert regarding the Dutch offshore online gaming industry.

In January 2019, Cramm was interviewed as an expert by the BBC for BBC Radio 4 podcast ‘The Gamble Network‘. In episode 3 ‘How gambling interests bought a country’ BBC producer Jolyon Jenkins discovers how the Caribbean island of Curacao, where many offshore gambling sites  turn a blind eye to under-age gambling, are licensed.

On March 27, 2019, Cramm became founder and director of the Representation of Victims of Online Gaming Foundation in Curacao.

Starting September 1, 2021, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, including municipalities Bonaire, Saba, Eustatius and constituent countries Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin in the Caribbean, are expected to align offshore Egaming legislation, adding Dutch European gaming licenses to the ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network‘. To this occasion, as a publicist and expert Cramm was interviewed by Bonaire MegahitsFM in May and september regarding the latest Dutch online gaming legislation and anti-moneylaundring developments (here and here) for Bonaire.

In February 2021 the popular Dutch online newssite ‘Dossier Koninkrijksrelaties‘ interviewed the SBGOK foundation’s director (here). To translate, please click here.