Introducing our conference partners
We’ve got a great agenda for Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators in October.
Now we can announce our fantastic conference partners; GamblingCompliance, Gamcare, iGaming Business and YGAM.
Introducing our conference partners.
GamblingCompliance is the leading provider of independent legal, regulatory and business intelligence to the global gambling industry.
Based in London, Washington, D.C., California and Taipei. GamblingCompliance’s team of in-house analysts and journalists have an unrivaled network of contacts among policymakers, lobbyists and legal experts. Furthermore they have a wealth of experience in analysing regulatory change as it affects all sectors of the gambling industry.
Gamcare are a national provider of information, advice and support for anyone affected by problem gambling.
They provide the National Gambling HelpLine with advisers available every day of the year. Furthermore they provide moderated Forums and daily Chatrooms.
In addition Gamcare work with a network of agencies to provide free treatment for anyone affected by gambling-related harm across England, Scotland and Wales. Their education and prevention initiatives include work with schools, health services and the UK criminal justice system.
They also provide training and Certification to the gambling industry. This is to help operators understand more about problem gambling, social responsibility and appropriate customer interaction to help minimise gambling related harm.
About iGaming Business:
For over 12 years iGaming Business has been a leading specialist iGaming publisher and information provider to the iGaming sector through magazines, events, websites and intelligence for over 12 years.
With over 16,000 operators, vendors and affiliates regularly reading their information off-line and 75,000 online, iGaming Business is leading publisher in the sector.
About the Young Gamblers Education Trust.
YGAM is an education charity with a mission to educate, inform and safeguard young people against the problems of social gaming and gambling.
YGAM run workshops, peer education programmes and research based on these issues. As a result of these efforts they are now the leading organisation working in this sphere of education.
YGAM has developed the UK’s first accredited, social gaming and gambling-related harm training course and quality-assured resources. These courses are for professionals and volunteers who support young people and adults up to the age of 25 years.
Furthermore, YGAM resources are created by teachers, youth workers, young people, gambling industry leaders, health professionals and former gambling addicts. As a result their programme has been designed to build digital resilience among young people and raise awareness of the potential mental health and financial impacts of problem gambling & social gaming.
Furthermore, YGAM have developed a new corporate training programme for those who work in the gaming and gambling industry. This programme is based on safeguarding and harm minimisation and will be developed further in 2018.