Contributing to the development of responsible gambling technology
March 4, 2010, 10:53 am (7 years ago)
The Canadian provincial government of Nova Scotia, at all time on the guard for aids to help gamblers in committing themselves to responsible gambling codes, has issued an article on a significant latest development in the genre.
The article refers to a product from the Australian firm Techlink Entertainment, which builds up responsible gaming solutions for video lottery terminals, slot machines, lottery terminals, the Internet and other gaming systems.
One of its offerings is GamePlan, a very original gambling aid that took 10 years to build up and has gone through a 2 year concentrated field-testing procedure, with outcomes examined by 3 independent research firms.
GamePlan is a card-based tool that allows players to manage themselves better and use information wisely when playing gaming machines. With a small plug-and-play machine named the Responsible Gaming Device, Gameplan offers players with the information they require to make informed and responsible choices when gambling.