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Placing the Odds on Safer Gambling: A Revolutionary Approach to Providing Safer Gambling Environments

In the digital age, where online gambling has become increasingly popular, the question of safety and responsible gambling has never been more pertinent. Despite numerous attempts to address the issue, the ever-escalating statistics on global gambling problems remain alarming. In this article, we present the groundbreaking approach developed exclusively with DigitalEjis, aiming to enable a safer environment for gamblers worldwide.

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The paradox of wealth and gambling addiction

19/08/2023 While gambling addiction can affect individuals from all walks of life, it has often been observed that even those with considerable wealth and affluence can fall victim to its grip. This paradox has sparked curiosity and raised questions about why wealthy people get addicted to gambling.

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How new regulations will help gaming companies better identify and support financial vulnerability

For the gaming industry, navigating the regulatory landscape is an ongoing challenge, but it also presents a new opportunity for companies to demonstrate their commitment to player protection and responsible gambling. The Government’s 2023 whitepaper on gaming has proposed significant reforms, focusing on identity verification, affordability, and transparency of spend, particularly in the online gaming space.

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Betting on balance: how to protect players & encourage innovation

With the enormous changes in gambling over the past decade – consumers having the ability to access online gaming at the click of an app whenever and wherever in the world they may be, fast paced innovation in game design and harnessing new technologies to protect players – how will the industry find a balance between increasing legislative action and allowing technology to continue to meet consumers’ demands and expectations for change?

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William Hill Group businesses to pay record £19.2m for failures

Three gambling businesses owned by William Hill Group will pay a total of £19.2 million for social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures.

WHG (International) Limited, which runs, will pay £12.5 million, Mr Green Limited, which runs, will pay £3.7 million and William Hill Organization Limited, which operates 1,344 gambling premises across Britain, will pay £3 million.

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