NVSEP expands to California

NVSEP expands to California

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NVSEP expands to California

The National Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program (NVSEP) has expanded its US offering to include players in California, following the announcement of an initial four-state rollout.

Rather than working with California’s tribes and their own self-exclusion schemes, the technology will complement the state’s own program, which comprises over 60 card rooms.

The program, which is being assisted by idPair technology, will launch in California in August, as well as in Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, and Tennessee.

Robert Jacobson, executive director of the California Council on Problem Gambling, said:

“Attempting to self-exclude in person can have a powerful triggering effect, potentially leading to a relapse or deterring the individual from self-excluding entirely. Doing so remotely can be a great alternative; however, it requires that the enrollment form be notarized to verify the identity of the person submitting the form.”

Jonathan Aiwazian, CEO of idPair, commented:

“NVSEP is singularly focused on expanding free and simple access to voluntary self-exclusion to those who need it. This announcement has the potential to help many of the tens of millions of people who either call California home or make it a travel destination and need a free and effective way to protect themselves.”

Jacobson added:

“NVSEP’s offer of free notarisation services for those enrolling in California’s self-exclusion program removes a significant barrier, potentially having a tremendously positive impact on countless Californians dealing with gambling addiction by making one of our most vital prevention and recovery tools more accessible.”

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