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News about fines issued to gambling operators who failed to protect and monitor their customers and gambling addiction innovation solutions.

French regulator unveils new prevention strategy

02/02/2024 France’s gambling regulator, Autorité Nationale des Jeux (ANJ), has released its strategic plan for 2024-2026, focusing on a significant reduction in excessive gambling and the associated social damage. Three years after its establishment, ANJ has fully stepped into its role, closely monitoring the market to ensure licensed operators remain compliant.

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The benefits of preventing gambling addiction: DigitalEjis’ vision.

19/12/2023 Not only does DigitalEjis’ prediction afford players enormous protection, it is also of massive benefit to operators from an ethical and economic point of view.
DigitalEjis’ breakthrough in predicting predisposition to gambling addiction before a single bet is placed affords operators large economic benefit from: increased customer numbers through an improved reputation enabling them to reach customer groups who may never have considered to gamble before through fear of addiction; a more loyal clientele leading to longer customer life-time value; and a reduced risks of fine from regulators.

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A new proposal protects Swedish gambling players from addiction

23/11/2023 Camilla Rosenberg, Director General of Spelinspektionen, the Swedish gambling authority, has welcomed new government proposals aimed at increasing consumer protection and combating crime in the gambling market. The proposals, presented to the Legislative Council by the Ministry of Finance of the Regeringskansliet, include the requirement for written approval for gambling companies to telemarket their offerings.

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