Player protection will feature large in the new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harm. This will be published by the Gambling Commission on the 25 April. For a further insight we hand over to our chair for the Player Protection Forum, David Clifton….
Just four weeks to go now to the Player Protection Forum on 22 May, which I am greatly looking forward to chairing.
The Player Protection workshop on the 23rd of May will deliver a number of fundamental learning outcomes. A greater knowledge of regulatory expectations and how, as an operator you can ensure you meet and exceed these expectation is but one of these outcomes.
Here’s Ray Wilson, Director, AML Global Solutions Limited with an overview of the day.
It’s not long now until our Player Protection Forum and Workshop. Once again we’ve got a great line-up of speakers spanning charities, operators and the media. Here’s a brief introduction to a few of them…
Great news! Dr Mark Griffiths and Dr Michael Auer will be presenting our June Masterclass: Player Tracking and Reducing Gambling Related Harm.
Both delivered excellent presentations at our annual January event and we’re sure this will be an invaluable day.
The Player Protection Workshop is an exclusive training day on the 23rd May presented by AMLGS and player protection experts.
Combined with the Player Protection Forum, or as a stand alone training day, this promises to be an essential day.
Read on for an insight into what you can expect from this Workshop.
At KnowNow HQ we’re very excited about the days agenda for our Player Protection Forum in May. So to bring us ‘up to speed’ on customer interactions we hand over to David Clifton from Clifton Davies Consultancy.
There are so many reasons why Player Protection is and should be a critical issue for all operators. Here’s KnowNow Founder and MD, Paula, with former gambler Danny Cheetham talking about his real life experience…
Welcome to Wes Himes, interim Chief Executive of the Remote Gambling Association. AMLGS will be delivering an essential days training at the Player Protection Workshop. Wes will be opening up the day with: Expectations for Player Protection.
We are delighted that David Clifton, Director of Clifton Davies Consultancy Limited will chair our Player Protection Forum in May.
When he first started advising the industry in 1983 the concept of Responsible Gambling hadn’t seen the light of day. He outlines, below, how gambling has become more accessible to a wider public over the years, leading to increased regulation. He also highlights recent industry developments likely to feature at the Forum…
Welcome back to Dr Mark Griffiths, PhD, CPsychol, FBPsS, FRSA, FAcSS who joins us at our Player Protection Forum. Mark spoke at our January conference and we are delighted to have him on our agenda again.