GameSense, a responsible gaming programme introduced by MGM Resorts International in 2017, has reached 1.25 million U.S. properties customer interactions.
The customer-facing education system, which the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) created and licenced to MGM Resorts, focuses on constructive, open, and proactive discussions with players about how to play responsibly.
It reflects an extraordinary effort to incorporate responsible gambling education into the MGM Resorts guest service model, the casino operator said.
The service is inspired by personal interactions between guests and trained staff at the M life Rewards desk of each house, with guests also being able to use interactive GameSense touchscreens, educational materials and other tools.
With GameSense designed to help guests make informed decisions to keep playing enjoyable, players can also visit www.mgmresorts.com/gamesense to find out more.
MGM Resorts Executive Director of Responsible Gaming Rich Taylor commented:“Having more than 1.25 million player interactions is a huge deal, and hitting that milestone during Problem Gambling Awareness Month is incredibly meaningful.
“We’re proud of how GameSense has grown with MGM Resorts and become part of our company culture and guest service model. We’re excited to build on this progress and take the program to new heights.”
The milestone also coincides with the promotion of Problem Gambling Awareness Month by MGM Resorts which will see the company’s partner during March with the National Council on Problem Gambling to spread awareness and educate guests on how to make educated and responsible decisions when playing.