Tag: Self-Exclusion

Gamblers Anonymous: Overlooked and undermined?

Warwick Bartlett Gamblers Anonymous
Warwick Bartlett, chief executive of Global Betting and Gaming Consultants, highlights a lesser-known but longer-standing, successful and self-funded alternative to Gamble Aware - but whose existence is threatened by competition from this state-backed leviathan

Sightline joins forces with GameSecure

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The partnership aims to connect payment solutions and a centralised real-time self-exclusion database for increased player protection. Las Vegas-based Sightline Payments and Vancouver-based Bencon Technologies have entered into a partnership to bridge the current technological gap between digital self-exclusion functions and payment services. The goal of the partnership is to ensure at-risk patrons are denied access to content or payment...

Ladbrokes comes to blows with RWA over responsible wagering implementation

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Ladbrokes has criticised Australia’s gaming industry body over “frustrating” delays in the implementation of a nationwide multi-operator self-exclusion scheme. The bookmaker challenged Responsible Wagering Australia, formed by operators…

GameSecure launches real-time self-exclusion tool for iGaming industry

Cameron Conn
Vancouver based company looks to reduce risk to self-excluded iGamers and industry operators Vancouver based tech company Bencon Technologies Inc. has announced the release of their iGaming voluntary self-exclusion technology solution…

Flawed self-exclusion scheme is indeed flawed

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  A startled UK regulator has vowed to act after a BBC reporter found he was still able to gamble in betting venues - despite his photo being circulated to shopkeepers for his own exclusion.   The ambitious and unsophisticated Multi-Operator Self Exclusion Scheme (or MOSES) - which was implemented by the Senet Group with UKGC backing in 2016 - requires betting...

KPMG appointed to support RGA’s National Online Self-Exclusion Scheme

KPMG RGA
The Remote Gambling Association (RGA) has announced the appointment of KPMG to undertake a scoping study which will help to shape the development of the National Online Self-Exclusion Scheme (NOSES).   In February this year the Gambling Commission wrote to all remote gambling licence holders to inform them that it had decided that the industry should now take forward the project...

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