GVC Holdings will continue to provide responsible gambling training for its US staff after entering into a new partnership with video-based responsible gaming training platform RG24seven.
Debuting its platform, RG24seven aims to ensure multi-jurisdictional compliance and is configured to role-based needs.
Wendy Anderson, CEO of RG24seven, explained: “As the global gaming industry grows and evolves, every single jurisdiction that has not already done so, will require organizations to provide responsible gaming training.
“Just as important, our growing workforce of millennials and gen Zs are demanding that the places they work and frequent as patrons are good corporate citizens. Compliance grade and certified, RG24seven is setting the standard for RG training worldwide.
“We have brought together professionals from all parts of our industry to provide insight and intelligence on responsible gaming. The end product is a fantastic collaboration of short and compelling videos that are the basis for RG24seven’s interactive training.
“Importantly a portion of not just our profit, but our revenue, is being returned to our partners for responsible gaming training and education. Supporting ongoing RG research is key to our mission.”
GVC’s director of regulatory affairs, Martin Lycka, will assume the position of chairman to the RG24seven advisory board.
The board will meet three times a year to discuss content, contributors, partnerships and charitable distribution, with attendees previously including ICRG, NIGA, AGA and NCPG.
Lycka stated: “It’s vital that our employees know how responsible gaming can affect our patrons as well as our businesses. RG24seven is enabling GVC to provide the best in class RG training to our employees.
“It’s so simple and easy to use and, for compliance purposes, we are able to track, measure and monitor that our staff have not only taken the training, but that they understand the concepts of responsible gaming.”
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 GVC and continuing to serve the gaming industry through responsible gaming training.”