Key Highlights from the Epic Risk Management Player Protection Symposium

Dec 3, 2021 | In The News

The EPIC Risk Management Player Protection Symposium conducted as the prelude to SBC North America brought together key stakeholders to discuss reducing gambling-related harm to consumers.

“We should make sure people are getting help in the same way they’re playing, and this is why I’m talking to legislators like Brandt Iden and regulators like Christopher Hebert to try and make that happen. Let’s make sure that the policy is not only reflected on what the market and customers are demanding but of those that are vulnerable.”

You can view a full recap of key discussions in this article posted on sbcamericas.com.

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