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More than ever before, gambling operators are shouldering greater responsibility for promoting responsible gambling across their online properties. When a player “self excludes” themselves from a gambling site, the operator is now accountable for ensuring the player does not resume gambling activities. Unfortunately, gamblers will often go to excessive lengths to get back into the game, making it difficult for operators to responsibly protect the interests of their players while insulating themselves from costly regulatory complications. 

How can gambling operators protect both themselves as well as their customers? In this webinar you'll learn:

  • How device intelligence can uniquely recognize devices and registered self-excluded players (even if they're trying to be evasive)
  • The impact that account and device associations from across multiple online properties, businesses and industries can have in identifying self-excluded players 
  • The steps you should take to ensure that your business can comply with both existing and future regulations

Join Eddie Glenn, product marketing manager for iovation who will show you how device intelligence help provide the necessary assurances to all of your varied stakeholders.

Eddie Glenn
Eddie Glenn
Product Marketing Manager / iovation
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