Self-Exclusion Program expands to four US states in August

Self-Exclusion Program expands to four US states in August

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Self-Exclusion Program expands to four US states in August

August will see the implementation of self-exclusion support in four US states as part of the National Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program (NVSEP).

States will have access to self-exclusion options for casinos, online sportsbooks, online poker rooms, and fantasy sports and horse racing during the first phase of the NVSEP. According to idPair, NVSEP’s upcoming phases will provide a higher degree of interaction with operator player account management systems to guarantee that self-exclusions are handled instantly.

Safer gambling technology provider idPair, leading the launch in Colorado, Iowa, Michigan and Tennessee, said:

“There will be no changes to the respective state programs or how operators receive and process the self-exclusion information as part of this initiative.”

IdPair claims that its technology will result in a significant increase in efficiency compared to current processing times in several existing programs.

CEO of idPair, Jonathan Aiwazian, said:

“For the first time ever, individuals seeking a wider level of protection can self-exclude from multiple states in a streamlined fashion. While today we announce our ability to provide free assistance with self-exclusion in each of these four states, more jurisdictions are on the way, as we accelerate toward our goal of removing barriers for people seeking protection across all gambling jurisdictions and products.”

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