Bally’s donated money to ICRG for gambling research
Bally’s Corporation made the decision to donate 600 thousand dollars to the International Center for Responsible Gaming to help them conduct research about gambling among children and the effects of responsible gambling.
Scientists from different sides of the globe are going to participate in this project and help with the research.
The company is also going to sponsor the development of projects to disseminate the results of research projects and provide guidelines on gambling industry for better responsible strategies.
Additionally, the donation from the brand is going to support them to fund many programs aimed at educating every professional working in this field.
ICRG was established back in 1996 and has become an important source of funding for research on gambling problems, thanks to which hundreds of articles have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Projects that are going on involve an assessment of self-imposed limits on time and money spent on gambling, as well as the national impact of sports betting in the United States.
“We hope that with this investment Bally’s is going to have a better knowledge of the risks of gambling around youngsters. ICRG praised Bally’s having positive effects on the industry.”
commented Arthur Paikowsky, who is the president of ICRG.
“We are serious about educating people on gambling. Our company is very devoted to this project. We cannot wait to cooperate with ICRG on this project.”
added Robeson Reeves, president of interactive at Bally’s.