After announcing an alliance with gambling blocking tech provider Gamban, video-based responsible gaming training programme RG24seven has expressed its pride.
The two would first partner to film and create a self-exclusion training course for gaming workers. The course, titled ‘The Journey to Self-Exclusion,’ and delivered by Gamban, will include valuable lessons about all facets of self-exclusion for online gamblers to RG24seven’s trainees.
Most up-to-date, innovative responsible gaming training
Wendy Anderson, CEO RG24seven said: “RG24seven’s mission is to provide the most up-to-date, innovative responsible gaming training to the industry while diverting funds back into research and education, where it matters the most.
“We look forward to a successful partnership with Gamban and continuing to serve the gaming industry through responsible gaming training.”
First US based collaboration
This is Gamban’s first US-based collaboration, with RG24seven joining the likes of the New Jersey Council on Compulsive Gambling, Kindred Group, and FanDuel earlier this year.
Gamban’s CEO and co-founder, Jack Symons, explained: “We are very excited to be working with RG24seven to begin creating awareness and understanding of the need for an effective and long-lasting support infrastructure for those experiencing the effects of problem gambling throughout the United States. We see this as the beginning of creating a sustainable player protection model for the gaming industry in the United States.”
Adding: “Gamban is working with multiple operators in the United States to enhance their responsible gaming offering, having recently partnered with FanDuel & Unibet to make Gamban software available free of charge to all customers who self-exclude via their platforms.
“The offering will support inter-state self-exclusion from all gambling platforms for those who choose to opt out from online gambling.”