iGaming Ontario to seek self-exclusion scheme partners

iGaming Ontario to seek self-exclusion scheme partners

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iGaming Ontario to seek self-exclusion scheme partners

iGaming Ontario has recently announced that it will soon accept proposals for a province-wide self-exclusion initiative in Ontario.

The organization stated in its latest announcement that it aims to implement a high-quality self-exclusion program to help gambling enthusiasts control their behaviors. iGO mentioned that through the bidding process, which will begin early next year, a partner will be selected which will then be tasked with not only the creation of the program but also its integration with Ontario’s licensed operators.

iGO also highlighted a few key principles for its centralized self-exclusion program, with one of the first ones being a player-centric approach. The organization also aims for the initiative to deliver its services in a non-judgemental and supportive manner, with all of its effects and consequences being clearly communicated to both operators and players.

The organization added that the new self-exclusion system will need to provide its services in a manner that ensures the safety of player data, sharing sensitive information with appropriate employees only when necessary. Lastly, iGO stated that the new initiative will need to be robust and effective for players to use while remaining relatively straightforward for licensed gambling operators to implement with their internal systems.

iGO’s selected partner will enter a multi-year collaboration with the organization, helping develop and maintain Ontario’s centralized gambling self-exclusion initiative for several years.

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