RG24seven, the world’s only video-based responsible gaming training platform, announced a partnership with New Jersey-based software company Gamban to video and produce a training course on self-exclusion for gaming employees.
“We are very proud that Gamban has chosen to partner with RG24seven to produce this important content on self-exclusion,” said Wendy Anderson, CEO of RG24seven. “The training course titled ‘The Journey to Self-Exclusion,’ presented by Gamban, will be providing important information for RG24seven’s trainees on all aspects of self-exclusion for online gamblers.”
Jack Symons, CEO and co-founder of Gamban, said, “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.
“Gamban is working with multiple operators in the United States to enhance their responsible gaming offering, having recently partnered with FanDuel and Unibet to make Gamban software available free of charge to all customers who self-exclude via their platforms. The offering will support interstate self-exclusion from all gambling platforms for those who choose to opt out from online gambling.”
Anderson concluded, “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.”